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... very or prognosis had I undergone surgery within 24 hours of my detachment, instead of waiting the 6 days as I did. The curtain appeared just before going to bed one night. I was tired and thought I was imagining things, but in the morning it was much worse and I was sure that it was a detachment. ... (10 replies)
... they placed in my eye many years ago due to my detached retina. However, this is a diagnosis of exclusion after misc OCTs, Visual Field Exams, multiple dilated eye exams and an MRI. Why don't you give us some more detail about what you are experiencing? ... (16 replies)
One Dilated Pupil
Sep 17, 2009
... it has not always been this way and I've had it looked at by my optometrist and an ophthamologist. They both say my eye is completely healthy and that it is probably a neurology issue. I'm seeing a neurologist tomorrow. ... (0 replies)

... Likely what you are experiencing is just eye strain. This 'visual snow' you descibe sounds like what are called floaters in your field of vision. ... (1 replies)
... damage but he don't know if it was the abrasion that caused it or if the nerve damge caused the abrasion anyways i go back tuesday. anyways he dialted the right eye atover 30 hours ago and it is still dialted any ideas? ... (5 replies)
... *edit* I'm thinking perhaps I was overreacting. I looked at my eyes this morning and the pupils were still different sizes. I checked them again about a half hour ago to find that they've gone back to normal and are still responding to light as normal. I'll keep an eye out (no pun intended :)) for changes in the pupils until next week, and if it returns, I'll give my doctor... (5 replies)
... and one of his pupils is dilated and the other is not, all the time. They were pretty sure that it wasn't serious but they did do an MRI of his brain to make sure that he didn't have a tumor. ... (5 replies)
... Tonight I noticed that my right pupil is dilated and will not contract in the light. ... (5 replies)
... Wow. This is one of the BEST explanations of choroidal nevi I've ever read. Thank you! ... (20 replies)
... saved me a run to the opthal, and having to contend with a blurred, dilated eye all day! ... (12 replies)
... I had my eyes checked one year ago and my eye pressure was either 20 in both eyes or 20 in one and 25 in the other. I was told two different things. I had a dilated exam and no signs of glaucoma. However, I have a family history of it. My great grandmother went completely blind as did a couple of her siblings. ... (4 replies)
... First, I have been seen by the vision clinic, and also had a complete eye test, and they say what is happening is normal for my age, but I am left puzzled. ... (4 replies)
... a headache only on the left and it was usually the entire day. Also I had pain under my eye like perhaps sinus problems? ... (1 replies)
... Thank you for the comments. It turns out I have Iritis. I went to a real opthamologist. So now Im on Pred, and drops to make my eye stay dilated. I go back in a week to see how its progressing. ... (3 replies)
Pain behind my eye
Jan 15, 2013
... Wish I did know, because I have the problem too, and I too have been putting off going to the eye doctor, having to drive home dilated. ... (1 replies)
... Do you need any drops or meds or was it just a one time thing? ... (3 replies)
... Just in case it's helpful to anyone, my surgeon has carried out a 'pupilloplasty' procedure for me. This means my pupil is stitched into one size permanently at about 4mm. ... (3 replies)
... sparkles and after images with increasing severity for about five months. MRI and CT scan have ruled out anything neurological. But I'm still skeptical about my eye health. Is it possible that something serious like glaucoma could go undetected in an eye exam in which pressure is checked, pupils are dilated, etc.? ... (9 replies)
... st heard the word "detachment". Always a good idea to get a second opinion if you're not really happy with your specialist. Once I had to ask for a different eye specialist to my original one, as I couldn't get him to understand that the eye drops used in the dilated eye test were making my eyes sting terribly. ... (6 replies)
... When I was 23 I had a detached retina in my right eye, which required surgery (and the placement of a permanent buckle), I was also given a laser treatment to handle lattice issues in my left eye. I also was left with some tiny floaters, which donít obstruct my vision, but are annoying at times, especially initially when going outside into the sunlight. For the past... (16 replies)


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