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What Causes Floaters To Occur For The First Time?

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. Shrinkage of the vitreous gel and collapse is common as you age, this is due to the fact that it beomes more liquid and less dense over time.

Dark strings moving in your eyesight happen when small pieces of vitreous gel separate and drift through your vision. Transparent curved lines floating in front of your eyes are a sure sign of potential eye floaters due to debris moving in the vitreal gel.

That debris floating like black colored threads in your vision moves around with the jelly like vitreous and it doesn't ever just stop if you try to look at it.
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