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Hello, my mother is 65 years old and she has been experiencing some vision issues recently. We have already been to the doctor, but it seems that there is not much that can be done about her condition. She has been diagnosed with posterior vitreous detachments (PVD) and she was told that at the moment nothing effective can be done. Is that true? What then can be done about it?

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Well, it is as the doctor has said. Vitreous detachment is something that usually happens to older people when the fluid that fills the eye starts to change. Most commonly, there are some symptoms only in the beginning and usually this condition lasts for couple of months and then it is gone. Most of the people do not even have any symptoms…
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