Normal Floaters Are Caused By Changes In The Vitreous Portion Of The
Black strings can eventually look like they are flying through your vision when the vitreos gel comes clean and
collapses away from your retina. In fact, a main cause of your eye floaters, spots and flashes is that the vitreous
gel shrinks and becomes less solid over your lifetime.
A large burst of circular shaped floaters can occur after the vitreous shrinks and separates
from the retina. "Ring floaters" that look like a crystal worm stand out against the contrast of your computer
monitor or ipad screen.
A string of clear looking tiny bubbles can drift upwards when you move your head to look up at something because
the vitreal particles move up also.