Eye Floaters After Sneezing
Seeing eye floaters after sneezing violently is due to the increase in pressure that gets transmitted to the
vitreous humor and retina which can result in a separation of the vitreous gel from the back wall of the eye.
Having a major eye problem or damage to your vision usually doesn't happen for most people
who experience black eye floaters and sneezing. The great majority of patients have this form of floater
and they describe them as black strings in their vision, or little dots and squiggly lines that move and change
location and as you move your head they seem to move with you.