Wow can't believe it's been 6 months already. I know there might be people who won't care too much about this post but maybe it might be a good read for some. Anyway just wanted to come on a give an update if you will on how I've been getting on. This was the first place I came when I first got my floaters and I can't be more thankfull that I found it because it helped me at the beginning stages when I was at my worst. The 6 months that I've had floaters I've definitely seen a change the obvious one being the increase over time. I mean I still remember like it was yesterday when I went to the optician when I noticed my first single floater now I can't even count the amount I have in both eyes. That's been the biggest change obviously. It's been steady since the first month in terms of there hasn't been an increase since then that I know of I don't go looking for new ones as there's too many already. After a few months the other change I noticed was with my biggest floater in my right eye which somehow happened to change position I don't know how or why but I noticed massively when it did at first that particular floater would completely move away from my vision when I was still facing one direction where as now it's o so slightly in the left perephery that's when I'm still other wise it flys all over the face but because it was that slight move I noticed it straight away. The other change I noticed over time was being able to see a couple in all lighting conditions. Before I could only see them outside now 6 months in the one in my right can be seen indoors as well and pretty much all lighting conditions only thing is that at night it's a little more faded but still visible and I have one in the left that can be seen only sometimes when inside but again pretty much all the time when out or in a bright room. As for all the other floaters and junk in there that can be seen outside in the daytime whilst driving or just being out that's definitely the worst part because that's when all my floaters can be seen in all their glory. Over the months I can definitely say that I cope much better now than I did at the beginning don't get me wrong I still get those weeks where for some reason that just annoy more than usual and I'm aware of them more than usual like this week I don't know why but that right eye big floater has been more anoying and I've been more aware of it. Still wish I didn't have to deal with floaters I know there's vitrectomy but atm I would say it's not enough for me to take the risk of doing it I'm not against it I just don't think I'm at the stage like other people are to have it done. Anyway I'm really sorry for the long post and for boring anyone who happens to read it. I know there are people on here who have had their floaters for years and honestly I salute you I have no idea how you've managed but you are the definition of strong. I wish I can reach that stage one day too. Kudus to anyone who read this post bless.