Getting Hit In The Eye And Seeing Black
Having a string of floaters from eye trauma drift by your vision can even look like little squid
or jellyfish swimming by with their fluttering tails whipping back and forth.
Any kind of head trauma or injury to the eye can accelerate the breakdown of vitreous gel in your eye
and lead to floaters. The jello substance in the back of the eye named the vitreous turns from stable jello like
material into a liquid, watery substance. Looking like clear bubbles or spots in front of your eyes is typical of
posterior vitreous detachments.
Staring at clouds or a bright white ceiling after getting hit in the eye can make you see floaters even
more. Dark stringy branched lines in your eyes that just won't quit can sometimes settle with gravity to the bottom
of your vision.