It's not funny at all, but I also have eye floaters. Some probably know what they are, but if you want a more thorough description, check Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floater Floaters I have had since the age of 15, so for about 10 years longer than tinnitus. It's hard to say which is harder to habituate to, floaters or tinnitus. Probably tinnitus. Floaters you can escape from by going to darker environments and at night they don't bother you. Floaters are also theoretically treatable by surgery (the operation is called FOV, Floaters Only Vitrectomy), but it's risky and there are reasons not to have it done. There is also laser treatment (YAG) but the results aren't really promising. But those are the only conditions I'm suffering from currently. Well, I'm 26 soon so here's hoping my health doesn't deteriorate much more in the near future... PS. I was diagnosed with rolandic epilepsy in my childhood, I took medication for it between the years of 8 and 15. When I was 15 the doctors came to the conclusion that I no longer had the affliction, so the treatment was stopped. And I only suffered a couple of mildish seizures when I was about 6-7 (before the medication), so I consider myself lucky in that aspect. Epilepsy can be a really tough disease depending on the severity... How about you?