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... this has nothing to do with any bad thing with your eyes or retina, it's totally normal to see floaters when looking at bright light! don't panic over nothing (2 replies)
... I am a teen and -3.00 glasses power I have floaters that had clumped together. They look thick. When I look at a light, these clumped floaters create a reflection of the light. It only occurs when I look at a very bright light (sunlight). It is usually on and off. My eyes were only checked with a slit lamp but I think that isn't enough for me. Also when I look at a canfle,... (2 replies)
... effects, and is a far more difficult and delicate operation than retinal detachment vit sx itself. ... (27 replies)

... He said I am at high risk of retina detachment. My vision in the right eye has improved but is still very blurry and eye is a bit sore but not too bad. ... (5 replies)
... indicated that retina had redetached. ... (12 replies)
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... The retina detached again and the doctor decided that the best course of action was to surround the detached area of retina with laser surgery which i have had...to keep the tear from expanding and the fluid tearing retina further. ... (12 replies)
Retina Detachment
Oct 31, 2013
... Although I had Vitrectomy recently, I was told by the surgeon I also had a retina tear sometime in the past that healed itself. Unfortunately the latest flare up required urgent surgery. ... (2 replies)
Retina Detachment
Sep 20, 2013
... You truly are blessed. I had to have surgery to repair my Retina, but it is very good to hear that sometimes the Retina heals itself! Thank God. ... (2 replies)
Retina Detachment
Sep 19, 2013
... Hi all. My eye doctor saw something strange about my retina so she sent to a retinal specialist. ... (2 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! I have had peripheral retinal detachment in one eye a year ago and after vitrectomy and air bubble surgery it came back to 20/20 in about three weeks (almost after the bubble was gone). Later on, I also had a much worse... (3 replies)
... I did wait about 10 months to let the eye settle after vitrectomy before cat surgery. Ask your retina specialist about this to see if it is the normal progression of a cataract. ... (3 replies)
... I did wait about 10 months to let the eye settle after vitrectomy before cat surgery. Ask your retina specialist about this to see if it is the normal progression of a cataract. ... (3 replies)
... Hello everyone, I'm really worried about my husband's vision. He had vitrectomy with a gas bubble about 10 days ago, for his detached retina. The surgeon told us that the macula was off, and I know this will make good vision almost impossible.. Right now he can only see if objects are held about 2 feet away from him. Has anyone had a similar experience? What was the... (3 replies)
... Hence, the retina layers with the photoreceptors, etc. never lays exactly in the same position again so the distortion may improve with time but never go away completely... ... (2 replies)
... Doctor also said that strength exercise might be ok as there is no evidence that this affects the retina in terms of detaching. Does this sound right to you? ... (5 replies)
... finitely an inopportune time to have both bronchitis and this injury happening simultaneously. I am sorry that my comment had you worried, it usually happens to retina with very new weak vessels, so it will be unlikely to happen to you, but it won't hurt to be cautious. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Earthworm88, Thanks so much for responding to me. I didn't think anyone would and its nice to know that there are people out there who take the time to reassure a complete stranger. Thanks for your advice too. I hear what you are saying and its true, its just so hard to go from doing everything to absolutely nothing all in a matter of seconds when I 'ran' into that... (5 replies)
... tely there. So it depends on how strong the force was which could lead to some structural changes to your eye globe causing different problems. But as far a the retina goes, the top two worries are Tractional retinal detachment, and Retina Dialysis. ... (5 replies)
... I went to casualty to speak to someone and was told that the op hadn't worked. I had fluid in my eye still and my retina had detached. So I have to go see my surgeon next week. Has anyone else went through this? ... (12 replies)


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