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after i-lasik surgery , got seen black floaters, i talked to my surgeon, he said there is neither retina tear nor PVD. they will go away. but still i did not det rid off them, i do nt know wht to do , before i lasik, i never seen these floaters , my eyes are perfectly fine. please tell can they go on their own. i strat seeing them after 15 day of my i lasik surgery.

PAST HISTORY : one and a half year ago, i-lasik surgery dine to remove my spectacles.

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This is not the side effect of i lasik .This floaters are due to myopic degenerative changes in retina . If this persists without any defect in retina then nothing to worry but regular retinal check up for any type of detachment is necessary.

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