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My father is 70 years old and it looks like his vision problem is a bit more complicated than we all thought. He has been diagnosed with vitreous detachment and it looks like the only thing he can do about it wait until it is gone. I would like to know if there are some vitreous detachment related complications he could expect?

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Well, most of the time, nothing can be done and nothing is done about this problem. This condition happens when the eye fluids begin to change their structure and that is something that lasts for about 6 months and usually, there are no symptoms, except maybe in the beginning stage. Sometimes, although rarely, retina might be damaged if those fluids become too hard.
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