What Causes Floaters After A
The gel-like vitreous that changes with time and breaks up into smaller pieces causes the sensation of dark
splotches to move to and fro in your vision like little tiny pieces or strands of hair. This process is accelerated
by the rapid increase in pressure in the eyeball that occurs during sneezing.
From birth to young adulthood the gel material in the eye referred to as vitreous has a solid consistency, but
later on it becomes more liquid in its center.
Drifting dark clouds or strings in your eyesight are just the remnants of material after the vitreous breaks