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 survey about butter: can my real contacts separate themselves from my not so real contacts?
we'll call you teams...

bonus question: what should the teams be called?

we only need two.

I have been hearing through the internets that some of you may not be ...


 i just got contacts....?
so i'm going on my first plane ride
with contacts. i've heard that contacts
can irritate your eyes while on a plane.
do they? what can i do to help them? tnks!...


 If I've never worn contacts before, is it possible for me to get contacts online?
I've only worn "glasses" in the past. Can I still order contacts online or will they expect me to have worn contacts in the past? I've wanted to get them from my optometrist but ...


 My eye color changes depending on my mood?
I naturally have light sky blue eyes, like a wolf, but depending on my mood, many people will notice that my eyes turn darker blue, turqouise, or green. I look myself, and they are a different color.<...


 Glasses?!?!? UGH!!?
How come I keep on needing to get strong prescriptions for glasses every year? The doc told me not to wear them all the time, so I don't. But my vision keeps getting worse. Then my uncle says ...


 can being on the computer cause eye damage?
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 If you wear spectacles or contacts , how old were you when you first got them?
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 Glasses or Contact Lenses??
I was just wondering, I wanted to get contact lenses but I have been wearing glasses for over 3 years now and the reason I do that is because I am scared of getting contact lenses in. Now I don'...


 Does it hurt to put contacts in?
I have them, but Im afraid to put them in. Please Help Thankz!...


 i think i might be blind!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?
everything is black and people keep laughing at me for running into stuff!! does this mean im blind??? and if so how long does this usually last? i appreaciate your answers!!...


 Are eye donations to blind people possible?
MOVIE SPOILER: I saw Seven Pounds last night, the Will Smith movie, and at the end Will's character donates his eyes to a blind man, making him able to see again.

Is this even ...


 Is it possible that bad eyesight (like shortsightedness) can be inherited?
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 How long can I wear montly contacts?
Since they're expensive ($30 per lense), I've decided to stretch them out to several months. So far, I've been wearing a pair for half a year, and may go a full year, since they still ...


 What is wrong with my eye?? (PICS INCLUDED!)?
well a few days ago i discovered that part of my eye was pink. as the day went on it seemed that it was kind of hurting a little. then today i noticed that it had gotten red. and it hurts when i ...


 Contacts or Glasses?
Ive got an app on monday to be fitted with a pair of contact lenses. I was just wondering if any one has contacts and what do you think of them? is it a good idea to at least try them. I currently ...


 What causes the eye pupils to expand and contract?
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 My eyes are yellow. Anyone else's?
Now I know that yellow in the sclera can be problematic, that's not what I'm talking about.

My iris's are actually yellow with black/dark grey spots on them.

I ...


 what is the majority of the populations eye color?
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 Favourite Eye Colour?
Whats ur fave eye colour my eyes are a dark hazel green & i luv Bright blue eyes

So whats ur fave eye colour?...


 what is your eye color?
...



Chris
Am I CRAZY! What are those clear falling things I see in my eyes that only I see?
IS IT FROM THE COMPUTER OR JUST COOINCIDENTALLY CAME?
Additional Details
I heard they're called floaters. It is clear circles I see when looking in a bright light or the sky. The clear circles are connected with a line to it. I got it when I was on computer for 3 hrs straight (most ever) and went right to bed. Then the next morning I saw them in they sky for the first and not only time. Is it a result of being on the computer so much that day and week? How do I get rid of them? Btw, they're clear, not black from detached retina. Please answer these questions.
                      








Jessi
If you look at the sun for a few seconds and then see them then your not crazy if not then maybe you should get help 8-)


~kate!
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i have that too. Just from looking at light right away or for too long, its just your eyes adjusting or something.


Jeffery
could just be from sensitive eyes. use eye drops, close ur eyes for a bit, if it gets worse see an optomologist


knittinmama
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You should get your eyes checked. I have floaters and they are dark and usually more noticable when I look at a light background or the sky.


edmitchelll
Demon ****.


Brittany
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they are called floaters. there isnt anything wrong with you. they will go away in time. just make sure when you are staring at a screen for that long you take a break every now and then to look at someting else.


kingleek
OH OH OH!
i thought i was the only one with that problem


Rogi G
peter had them too
he plays tag with them
except instead of touching it, you have to look at it
its pretty hard actually


[: Jess _Ox
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i see them to! i think its just something to do with light or something dont worry bout it!


kittycat0143
Are they really small? I get them too... Even before i was on a computer so much. So probably they are not from being on the computer.


Michael
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I have them too, no need to worry. It won't affect your eyesight drastically.


poptartluva571
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try using clear eyedrops maybe that'll clear it up a bit :)


candy
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i think it has something 2 do with the blood vessels in ur eyes


cherring4
I call them stars. It happens to me sometimes and eventually they stop or go away. I don't know how to get rid of them because it hasn't never affected me like they do you. If you are that concerned about it go and see a doctor. Good luck.


zorro_foxygirl
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they are called floaters and move about with the eye. Most people have them as they get older.


»♥ ℓÖvε CÖÖkiε ♥»™
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I had them for like 2 WEEKS there annoying no? so rest your eyes i put a cold towel on my eyes then 20 minutes later i took a hot towel and put it over my eyes try to keep your eyes open the floaters should disapear if not see a doctor


nogoodloser
floaters...don't worry about them but if they get too big or really affect your sight they can be burned off. Heres everything you need to know about them.


MARC
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you probably just never saw them. they are in your eyes from birth. well, from development in the womb. ignore them, i see them too. my own, not yours!


colby_franklin2000
Don't waste your money on eye drops I see them too. Your not crazy theres nothing you can do about it! They can becaused from inhaleing, or huffing, Eye problem, poor vision, etc.


Bella Swan-Cullen
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They're always everywhere! There is no possible way to get rid of them.
They're all through the air, you're breathing them in right now.
You can only see them in the light though.


cupidgirI
its normal- I have it too. my eye doctor told me one time what it is but I forgot- anyway, he said its nothing bad


dustyn c
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Floaters! they are small particles that reflect light and move around on your eye. Notice how they re center when you blink? Your normal. Some folklore when we were kids was that when you saw one it was a dead relative watching you haha.


Doris M.
According to the Mayo Clinic:

Eye floaters look like black or gray specks, strings or cobwebs that drift about when you move your eyes. Most eye floaters are caused by age-related changes that occur as the jelly-like substance (vitreous) inside your eyes becomes more liquid.

When this happens, microscopic fibers within the vitreous tend to clump together. These clumps of debris float around within the vitreous cavity, and they can cast tiny shadows on your retina, which you may see as floaters.

Eye floaters are most noticeable when you look at a plain bright background such as a blue sky or a plain white wall. They can be a nuisance, but most people learn to ignore them.

If you notice a sudden increase in the number of eye floaters you see, contact an eye specialist immediately — especially if you also see flashes of light or notice that your vision has become hazy. These can be symptoms of a retinal tear or a retinal detachment, which requires prompt attention.


Q('.;Q) lets go a round.
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3 hrs is nothing, compared to some ppls, not me...
its a common eye thing dont worry

your only crazy if they start smiling and talking to you. I suggest telling them to go away 0_o'


b. Constantine
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haha, nah ur not crazy, everyone gets em, its some stuff from the back of ur eyes that float up to the front or somethin like that


Instamatikk
floaters are a common issue, and nothing to really worry about =]


Mum Mum
Yes they are floaters , everyone has them , but they don't concentrate on them !


DaLady
Just as your skin sheds dead cells so do your eyes. They are dead cells floating in the eye fluid. The eye will absorb them naturally.


udaya k
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Floaters. The following medicines in homeopathy can help you.
Gelsemium 30 three doses a day for one day.

Other medicines may be of help:

Rhus Tox 1 M single dose.
Belladonna 30 upto three doses
Ruta G 6C three times a day as long as required.(as per symptoms)
Arnica 30 one single dose. Repeat if necessary.
Synphytum 200 as per symptoms
Aconitum 30 as per symptoms
Carbo veg 30 as per symptoms
Ceneraria M. Q
Euphrasia Q.
Hypericum 30
Arnica 30

Eye symptoms of Gelsemium:(Boericke materia medica)
Eyes.--Ptosis; eyelids heavy; patient can hardly open them. Double vision. Disturbed muscular apparatus. Corrects blurring and discomfort in eyes even after accurately adjusted glasses. Vision blurred, smoky (Cycl; Phos). Dim-sighted; pupils dilated and insensible to light. Orbital neuralgia, with contraction and twitching of muscles. Bruised pain back of the orbits. One pupil dilated, the other contracted. Deep inflammations, with haziness of vitreous. Serous inflammations. Albuminuric retinitis. Detached retina, glaucoma and descemetitis. Hysterical amblyopia.

Sympotms can be checked from the following link:

www.homeoint.org/books/boericmm/index.…


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