The very first thing that most people with diabetic retinopathy start to notice are floaters in their eyes. These are spots or dark strings that seem to float around while your eyes are open, impairing your vision. Vision can also become blurred at times. Other common, mild symptoms include vision that seems to fluctuate and the inability to see colors as vividly as you may have before. Some people report feeling like their vision is "off."
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