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    Strange eye problem
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    Chelle0807 posted:
    I suddenly started having problems with my sight 3 days ago. I went to the doctor, who referred me to an ophthalmologist. He dilated my eyes and looked around for a long time. He found nothing wrong and said my retina may have shifted and "debris" may have been thrown into the fluid surrounding my eye. It's not floaters...I feel like I'm looking through a dirty window. Any idea for the next step? I really need to see clearly!
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