Sorry, but your eye is gay.
They just float around randomly, they have no resting place.
If it moves about then it is a floater. This happens when the jelly in the eye develops cracks. They often heal.
It is likely to be another floater but you should still get her eyes checked by an Optometrist- better to be safe than sorry.
a) a soaring ego b) your age c) your weight d) the floater in your eye
The Greek word for "Floater" is "επιπλέων".
The eye contains a gel in the center called the Vitreous Humour. When this shrinks some of the gel can form visible, solids that people refer to as "floaters".
It is a little black speck inside your eyeball. It's usually blood or tissue that is floating around inside the jelly part of your eye. They're a normal part of aging.
Not usually. I've had one for a couple of years not, but my optometrist said it's actually quite common, but nothing to worry about. I know several other people with eye floaters, as well, who were told the same thing by their eye doctor. But if you're concerned about yours, especially if you've not had an eye exam in a while, you need to see your optometrist or opthamalogist to make sure it is just a common "floater".
Yes, if it is a floater related to blood vessels it takes about 120 days approx. don't quote me.
Wake - Floater album - was created in 2010.
A floater is a type of serve. It refers to the way the ball moves. A good floater will "float", or move around while it's going over the net if there is no spin on the ball. It can be tricky to receive. You can serve a floater standing or jumping.
An Egg A floater that can sometimes be seen in the eye when looking into a blue sky. These were left over blood vessels that were helping to form your eyes before you were born.
The difference is that cataracts is a cloudy film that grows over the eye, it starts very small then get larger. Floaters are dark specks you notice especially when looking at a white wall.
the main differences between fixed and floater rigs
Floaters are where bits of the vitreous humor glob together. When this happens, they appear to be little bugs or specs wandering around in your vision. They are completely harmless.
its a floater
After a short visit at the opticians, they told me that it was called a 'floater'... Its when a bit of the jelly in your eye-ball comes loose and goes to the front of your eye, hence the black dot. It may be irritating, but there is nothing you can do about it. Your brain will adjust to it, but you just have to get used to it.
Acoustics - Floater album - was created on 2004-08-03.
When tiny bits of the fluid in the eye called vitreous humor glob together, they cause these floaters to appear. As light enters the eye, it strikes upon these floaters and casts a shadow on the back of the eye. This is what you are seeing. They are completely harmless.
a floater is an overhand serve that has NO spin on it and swerves thru the air. they are usually very hard and difficult to pass.
You may simply drink the margarita normally. You can also stir the alcohol from the floater into the drink with the straw.
Motor , floater :')
One definition of a floater is "a dead body, found in the water". Why one would to imitate that is beyond me. Please be more specific.