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... I see it called Macular Pucker, Macular Wrinkle, Epiretinal Membrane, ERM. ... (9 replies)
... I had macular pucker surgery maybe close to three years ago. During the surgery, four layers of macula was carefully removed from my Retina. ... (9 replies)
... on and will have the details this week. I would be very interested in supplements. I am seeing an acupuncturist and have looked into some Chinese Herbs. My first Macular pucker I did not lose vision but this second one I have lost most of the vision in my left eye. It is very concerning. Thank you. ... (9 replies)

... I also recently found out Ihave macular pucker. I have emailed Jerry Hickey at invite health to get his suggestions for supplements. ... (9 replies)
... I had vitrectomy surgery 2 yrs ago due to Macular Pucker. The surgeon removed four layers of macula that was attached to my retina, causing it to pull, bleed and swell. Operation was a success in that regard. ... (7 replies)
... Yes, I have an Intra Occular Lens implanted in my one eye currently. It's made to my exact specifications -- EXCEPT it has nothing for my astigmatism. She was reluctant to use a toric lense, as it was not covered by insurance ($5,000) and most importantly, she was not even sure if the surgery would be 100% successful... Should have gone for the $5,000 lense as I would see... (8 replies)
... Also what is macular edema? ... (8 replies)
... You said you had a victrectomy because of a small macular hole. What method was used to repair this hole? ... (8 replies)
... I had macular pucker surgery two years ago. I would definitely advise against it. Mine was very unsuccessful and I am much worse off than I was. I have spots in my field of vision. ... (3 replies)
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... Over a year ago I noticed a change in my vision. It was diagnosed as a macular pucker. I repeated a visit to a retina specialist and she recommends surgery to repair it at an early stage rather than waiting until it gets worse. ... (3 replies)
... 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. ... (1 replies)
... I would recommend that you do not have the surgery! I had the surgery a year and a half ago. I don't recall anyone telling me about the blind spots that would result. But I got them! And still the doctor never explained the patchy gray spots to me but I figured something got ripped up along with the scar tissue. I just had cataract surgery a couple of days ago, and that was... (2 replies)
... If it is, indeed, a confirmed case of macular pucker or ERM, please ask the retina specialist how bad it is. ... (6 replies)
... I have a macular pucker diagnosis from a vitriol specialist. ... (6 replies)
... vision does not mean you have macular pucker. ... (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)
... I have had a macular pucker in my right eye for three years. Its not terrible, just very frustrating. It has been changing only a little from year to year. ... (2 replies)
... In September of 2012 I had a retinal detachment surgery on my right eye. Following the surgery, I was diagnosed with a Macular Pucker which I then had surgery to correct in Dec of 2012. ... (0 replies)

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