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Typically 'floaters' are no cause for alarm and will go away on their own. However, sometimes they can indicate more serious eye problems and should be checked out. Read here for more information: http://www.allaboutvision.com/conditions/spotsfloa...
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I read once that floaters in the eyes could mean a possible vitamin deficiency. I think it was the B vitamins if I'm remembering correctly.
I don't know what 'floaters' are where you come from but in NZ if you have 'floaters' in your eyes... then you need to take your face out of the loo!
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