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Eye Floaters (cont.)

Self-Care at Home

Benign eye floaters require no additional care, other than a follow-up examination as recommended. Pathologic eye floaters require exquisite cooperation with the eye doctor to take all prescribed oral and eyedrop medications, make all scheduled follow-up and treatment visits, and restrict activity if necessary. Collaboration with the family doctor, internist, or endocrinologist may be essential as well.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 7/23/2014
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