... Hi Amygdala...Glad to get some feedback with others who have had eye issues. Im looking into cataract surgeons and will make some comparisons before i do that surgery. Did you have a new lens put in? My vision was 20/60 both far and near..wear progressives which made it near perfect.
What is yours and what lens is best?
Also what is macular edema?
I was told that i had... (8 replies)
... You said you had a victrectomy because of a small macular hole. What method was used to repair this hole? Did your doctor use a laser to treat this? I get the macular peel, as I too had to have 4 layers removed myself, due to Macular Pucker. With mine however, saline was replaced, not the dreaded gas that you had done.
This operation stopped the bleeding caused by my... (8 replies)
... I have an appointment with an eye doctor to get my vision checked. Thanks. ... (2 replies)
... The doctor said that most people with vision like that don't get glasses, but he also noted that I obviously struggle with distance, and when he put a prescription on me, it definitely helped! ... (15 replies)
... Or, since your vision is now relatively sharper, do the words start appearing more wiggly than before? ... (5 replies)
... vision and should visit a eye doctor. My dad needed glasses after 50 and mom after 55. My brother is one year older and does not wear glasses. ... (0 replies)
... My glasses are so totally worth it! ... (15 replies)
... You indicated glasses sometimes have to be adjusted because they hurt. What exactly is it that they "adjust" and what causes the pain? ... (15 replies)
... You might notice that they cause soreness in places. Glasses often have to be taken back and adjusted after you've worn them for awhile. You didn't say they hurt, I realize, I'm just mentioning that. ... (15 replies)
... Alright. I'll ask when I go to get my glasses. (15 replies)
... I don't know my prescription...But maybe my mom has it somewhere. I should find out though when I get my glasses next week, right? ... (15 replies)
... If you can see better with glasses, you made the right decision. It would be more useful if you could tell us what your prescription is, eg. -.50 or -1.25, or whatever--in other words, how slight or moderate the correction is. (15 replies)
... I've heard that once you start wearing glasses your vision rapidly gets worse. Is this true? ... (0 replies)
... and she is not required by law to wear glasses to drive, but I wish she would. ... (2 replies)
... BCVA. Youd be "blind" without glasses figurativately speaking but not offically reconized as one by the government. ... (38 replies)
... shelves, after correcting your vision with your normal glasses, if you have any? ... (6 replies)
... t have my hopes up. It was the first time I had ever been to this doctor. It looked more like a glasses and eyewear sales place upon arriving. I told the doctor about my eye issue, and he said it just happens and asked how frequently it happened. ... (0 replies)
... Yes, it is possible to get back to normal vision after macular detachment, depending on how bad it was to begin with. So, be very cautious but have high hopes! ... (3 replies)
... Recently, I made an additional discovery with my wavy vision which I thought I would share with those of you who have this problem after vitrectomy surgery, especially, for macular-detachment: While looking at an "astigmatism" eye chart, which is basically a set of straight lines fanning out at different angles from one point, I noticed that the amount of waviness or... (5 replies)
... holes test did not improve it either. Fortunately, earlier vision stereoscopic issues have gone away, however, I still have slight "wavy" vision in that eye, and was planning to go to an optometrist and see if refractive lenses will improve it any further. ... (5 replies)