(NBC News Channel) -
There was no shortage of warnings about the dangers of staring into the Sun during Monday's solar eclipse.
But not everyone listened.
Doctors at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai say they have already seen dozens of patients with concerns about their vision.
The majority had no permanent damage, but a few did show retinal changes that will need monitoring.
So, how do you know if your eyes were affected?
Experts say if you see holes or spots in your vision, have sudden light sensitivity or pain. you should see an opthamologist as soon as possible.