... Hi Jazzzdiva,
I had the same surgery about 3 years ago, and I still have a tiny hole in the very center of my vision, but the dr. said I would always have that. I would get another opinion, if I were you. They should be able to tell you if that will be permanent or not.
I wish you the very best, I think any kind of eye surgery is very scary,
eyemar (1 replies)
... I had a vitrectomy for a macular pucker a year and a half ago. The main symptom was distortion. After the surgery, I had gray patches in my field of vision, which I hoped would go away in time, since the surgeon said it might take a year for full recovery. Needless to say, I still have the gray patches, cannot read with that eye, and the doctor brushed me off without ever... (1 replies)
... The distortion varies from cloudy to cob web like. ... (6 replies)
... it could be your eye lens or retina or even the optic nerve or brain.What makes you think you have macular pucker, in particular? ... (6 replies)
... vision in my pucker eye and the other eye is fine. I just can't get used to seeing this way. I sometimes feel like my balance is off. The mild distortion is frustrating. ... (2 replies)
... Last night, while on my computer, I noticed small spots and lines of 'wavy' distortion. Nothing right in my line of vision, but lots outside it, mainly from my left eye. It was a weekend of more caffene, lack of sleep, and a lot more stress, so maybe that has something to do with it? Maybe ocular migrane? There was no pain at all, or dizzyness, or any other symtoms. It lasted... (0 replies)
... I have seen eye specialists in the past who have just stated things like, "oh, your vision if fine... ... (0 replies)
After 2 months of being sick and stressed, I am now left with 1 symptom, distorted vision in my left eye.
It started with heart palpitations/tachycardia, then extreme acid reflux issues, followed by an ear infection and acute sinusitis, fatigue, dizziness/lightheadedness, aura migraines, and worst of all- brain fog . I had tons of blood work... (0 replies)
... Thankyou Marji
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... I guess my MMD started off as wet. When I first went in for my cataract evaluation they told me I had a "bleed" in just my left eye but it had healed on its own. They went ahead with the cataract surgery and it started to bleed again. This is called choroidal neovascularization or CNV. ... (13 replies)
... Hi Marji,
I am meghana, I came across this thread. I am extremely near sighted(-13d).
I have dry myopic macular degeneration. My symptoms started 03/13 and getting worse every month. I have lot of distortion. I am 38 years old.
Few questions, if you can answer. What kind do you have? Dry or wet.
do you know if dry will stay stable or will continue get worse with the... (13 replies)
... myopia enough. The bifocal is acceptable but I believe the lenses are poorly made because there are distinct sweet spots and even more distinct bad spots. I see distortion as I turn my head while looking at straight lines or edges. ... (0 replies)
... and my eye swelled really bad. I went to an eye specialist when i had the shingles, and he told me they were not in my eye, so I thought i would be fine. ... (18 replies)
... and could not even see any real shapes in that eye, just blurry blobs. No real distortion or wavy lines though. The OCT tests showed my retina really swollen and tugged at from the scar tissue. ... (18 replies)
... e with all this. I've done so much research, I think I've made myself a little crazy. Thanks for sharing and can I ask you what caused the scar tissure in your eye to require a vitrectomy? ... (18 replies)
... White background from new IOL vs yellowish in untouched eye. No wavy lines, but mild distortion and image bigger in surgery eye. This is due to the tugging of the retina from the scar tissue and surgery..photoreceptors are reorganized. ... (18 replies)
... can tell that my vision is not as clear as looking straight ahead but the difference is so small that the average person will probably not notice and there is no distortion when looking to the right side other than that normal feeling people get with new glasses. ... (0 replies)
... Brian, it's great that your left eye distortion is improving, quite rapidly, despite all that this eye has been through. Hopefully, the distortion will just disappear. Are you saying that your field of vision in this eye is reduced, by the scotoma and the scarring, to only the lower left quadrant? ... (699 replies)
... assify it as the result of the above, where the brain accepts the image of the better of the two eyes and ignores that of the drifting eye. In time, the drifting eye fails to focus under any circumstances and becomes amblyopic. ... (1 replies)
... I noticed this morning that the vision in my left eye is blurred or cloudy, with no associated pain. I can't read out of that eye. ... (0 replies)