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Eye Floaters And MS - Multiple Sclerosis

Eye floaters and ms or multiple sclerosis are not related in any medical way and there is no clinical proof supporting a connection between the two conditions.

However, both eye floaters and ms can occur in the same individual and at the same time so it is natural to assume that somehow dark spots in the eyes may be related to multiple sclerosis.

In most instances having dark specks of material called floaters moving in your vision will not ultimately lead to vision loss for most people. Almost all of patients have this form of floater and they describe them as black strings in their vision, or little dots and squiggly lines that move and change position and as you move your head they seem to move with you.
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Laser Eye Surgery

 laser vision surgery