A few months back, I was both terrified and horrified being noticed that I am no longer able to look at the sky without seeing these floaters. I spent a lot of days worrying and stressing, browsing the internet for treatment for eye floaters. I wasn't satisfied with the answers I kept searching. Most of them said that 'it is normal and you'll get used to it, there's nothing you can do' and all that. I definitely didn't think myself getting used to them. I spent a lot of days crying and wondering why it happened to me. I didn't feel like it was normal for a 20-year girl to wake up one day and have all these floaters in her eyes. Being a photographer, it is one of the worst things that could happen to you. Luckily, I found a doctor based in Toronto who was smart, who cared, she looked at my eyes and discussed every possible treatment for this. Though there was the significant improvement in my vision, it didn't cure completely.
Finally, I got to the point where I could accept that they're not going away and that it is nothing you did wrong, I could learn to live beside them. I’m sharing this here in the curiosity to know more experiences and suggestions. Kindly share.