Those tiny specks floating around in your eyes are quite common and are due to the vitreous gel breaking up into
more compact clumps, in most cases this will normally not tear the retina.
Seeing black globs of jelly floating in front of your eyes is a symptom of eye floaters that
over half of all humans will notice by the time they reach 80. Typically harmless, these "eye floaties" can be a
considerable retinal issue for fifteen percent of people if they are combined with zig zag flashes of light because
that can be a indicator of retinal tearing or detaching.
Ms or multiple sclerosis can inflame the optic nerve and if you start to notice any decrease at all in your
vision it's important to be seen by an ophthalmologist as soon as possible.