I have posterior vitreous detachment (or PVD, when the gel inside the eye. Is there anything I can do to help the situation?
JUL 14, 2014
When one develops a posterior vitreous detachment, you may see a floater that looks like a horseshoe or spider web that moves in your field of vision in the affected eye. Over time, this will become less bothersome as the brain adapts to it; however, it may be more apparent when you are looking at a bright background, such as at the beach on a sunny day or reading a book or magazine with bright white paper. Unfortunately, there is nothing that you can do to remedy the situation.