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Vitreous Changes Cause Floaters Not Eye Pain 

Wispy lines like dark cobwebs are often noticed as soon as the vitreous gel breaks apart into smaller clumps. With the passing of time, the structure of the vitreous in our eyes changes and becomes much less dense and shrinks as it becomes more watery. Shifting dark shadows moving in your eyesight happen as small particles of vitreous debris float by.

Looking at a light background such as an ipad screen or iphone can really make you see eye floaters more easily. This is due to the shadows cast onto the back of the eye from the floaters. The bent lines often seem to "dance" around in your eyes when you concentrate intently upon them. That's because they wander to and fro readily in the gel of your eye.
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