Wow, after a marathon effort trying to get logged in here......!!! I don't often visit this board and was actually a bit hesitant about adding this information......it seems too often there is something listed to try & then everyone becomes frustrated because it was just another false lead. But I wanted to add my story & what I'm now using that seems to be causing an improvement in my condition. I developed an insanely nasty floater after a PVD about 5 years ago. It was as though someone smeared a giant glob of vaseline onto my eye. Dr. Geller zapped it four times & the improvement at that time was immense. It took me from legally blind in that eye (oh yes, floaters are so benign, aren't they??!) to at least being able to see out of it again, although probably 70/20 vision, which still made reading & driving a bit difficult. I was left with a dense squiggle and some clouding that Doc G. couldn't seem to make an improvement on. I was happy w/ about a 75% improvement. Over the years I've tried some things w/o seeing any improvement. However, I wanted to mention this as something that may be helpful. it does seem to be making a slow improvement in my situation. I have been using 160 mg of serrapeptase in the morning & 160mg at night. It must be taken on an empty stomach. You can google serrapeptase & read all about it. It contains the enzyme that allows the silkworm to digest its cocoon. It is used in all kinds of health-related situations & it is said to digest protein in the body that is unneccesary, dead or unneeded, which is certainly a catagory floaters fall into. Along w/ the serrapeptase I use MSM eyedrops to allow for greater permeability of the eye. My other regimes include a good daily multiple vitamin, fish oil, calcium & ocugard eye supplements. I'm a massage therapist, so a moderately healthy lifestyle is mandatory or I wouldn't be able to do my job, so I do moderately exercise, eat pretty well, drink moderately, etc. (I also am a believer in visual imaging & being mindful of the conversations we have with our bodies -- I know many of you find this to be craziness, and I respect that, but it can't hurt to visualize energy breaking up the floater & to tell ourselves our eyes are becoming healthier, right?) SO! To get to the point of all this, I wanted to let everyone know that after using serrapeptase for about 6 mos., I do seem to be seeing a marginal improvement. Any improvement is better than no improvement. Whether or not this is because I've had the floater for so long that it is, at long last, finally beginning to break up a bit on its own, or if it is due to the digestive properties of serrapeptase, I cannot be certain. But I wanted to mention this as something that I feel is worth a try. A heads-up, however -- as with any natural remedy, you can't try & say after 3 weeks, "it's not working." Natural remedies don't work quickly, so I'd say you need to try it for at least 6-9 mos. before you can make a decision. The stuff is not inexpensive -- a 2-mo. supply of 80mg per tab is about $70 or so. It also is very good for other issues in the body like keeping the arteries clear, arthritis, asthma & lots of other things, as it is touted as a natural anti-inflammatory agent. Since taking it I have noticed some of my work-related soreness is not as noticeable. So, I do believe this stuff is worth a try as I can truly say that it is the one thing I have tried that has made me feel that after 6 mos. there has been some improvement. I have likened my floater to an enormously fat person -- started out at 900 lbs, down to about 300 (after the laser zap) & now maybe she's at 275. She's still fat, but I'm hoping she continues to reduce. Like I said, I don't often visit this board, but wanted you all to know about this. You can google serrapeptase & get all the info you need. Hopefully it will be helpful! Best of luck, everyone!