You are a near-sighted (myopic) person. Seeing floaters points to the fact that there might be early changes of vitreous degeneration in your eye which itself is not a problem, but it may cause undue traction on your retina. Here is what I suggest. You have to visit a vitreoretinal expert ophthalmologist, and you have to get a dilated fundus examination. We have to rule out any areas of weakness in the retina and if found, they can safely be lasered. Kindly refrain from contact sports and chronic weightlifting, like going to the gym for the time being. I suggest starting Nepafenac eye drops once at bedtime for the next couple of months.
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