The little transparent things you see when you look at a clear blue sky or a bright, white wall. They may be a sign of a detached retina (ewww… eyeball surgery is gross…) But mostly they’re just a sign of aging (yay!..?) and Chinese medicine used to attribute them to excessive masturbation… (hmmm…)
The doctors said they’re benign and I should just live with them. Anyone else have these little boogers? I asked people at work, and the response is “Only old people get that…” OK, so I’m 30… and a half… Apparently the only way to deal with these is to ‘get used’ to them, but it would be easier if I knew more people who had them; a sort of 飛蚊 support group, I guess.
In fact, most people have the clear transparent ones. But I got a couple of grey ones that I noticed on a trip to Peng Hu. But perhaps it means that my vision is better; I mean, now I can see both the inside AND the outside of my eyeball. Hooray!