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Ever noticed some shadowy dots or web-like lines in your vision? These shadows can be quite worrisome and alarming, not to mention annoying, as they develop and increase in your vision. Sometimes these shadows can even take the form of a painful brief flash of light in your vision. Commonly referred to as “floaters,” this occurrence frequently occurs in people of all ages, particularly after eye stress or an injury. The floaters are caused by the gel in the back of the eye, called vitreous, undergoing a normal change called syneresis. This gel con tug on your retain and cause a hole, leading to a serious condition called retinal detachment.