Causes Of Floaters
- Vitreous degeneration
- Posterior vitreous detachment
- Myopic patients.
- Post cataract surgery/YAG laser and vitreous inflammation and hemorrhage.
Small specks/ bugs/flies/clouds that u may sometimes see in your visual field are called floaters. They are more prominent when looking at a plain background like blank wall or sky.
Floaters are formed by clumping together of the vitreous jelly in the back of the eye caused by degeneration or aging.