Question by  Zaka (2315)

What does it mean when you have black spot in your eyes?

I have these tiny little spots, but I'm a little worried about it.


Answer by  fishy (1085)

Black spots that move around slowly are usually floaters in the vitreous humor behind the lens (the liquid inside the eye). This can happen if the epithelial tissue inside sloughs off and begins to float around. Spots that do not move in a floating fashion and stay in the same place in your field of view could be retina injury.


Answer by  Allstar (2071)

If you mean spots in your vision, it could be any number of retinal problems. If you mean in your physical eyes, it could be debris. See your eye doctor.


Answer by  eyeguy (3760)

Floaters are small cells floating around on the inside of your eye. They are harmless and should go away without treatment. Watch for any black curtain effect which becomes serious.


Answer by  shobasvk (79)

It is a small clumps of dead cells that comes from a layer of tissue at the back of the eyes. it float at the centre of the eye ball


Answer by  mEytal (18)

the tiny spots could be due to dirt or other disease, to know more I suggest you access to your doctor. But in the meantime do not worry try to relax and find some information on the Internet.

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