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Recovery time
Jul 22, 2010
... I had detached retina surgery last Jan 10. ... (0 replies)
... Yes, this was the first time any kind of anesthesia has affected me...i've had knee surgery but man, this hit me like a ton of bricks. I'm still tired. ... (120 replies)
... Recently my hubby went for an eye checkup and the Doctor told that there are 2very small Retina holes in one eye.So the holes need to be corrected with laser surgery. ... (2 replies)

... I was 38 when my retina 1st detached. I did not know I had ROP until I was 32. ... (10 replies)
... ths earlier, I wanted only him to perform this one too, although other surgeons were available that evening. I thought that it was my insistence that delayed the surgery to the next day, although it was within 20 hours after first noticing it. ... (10 replies)
... The urgency of the surgery depends on the location and extent of the detachment. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you very much for taking the time to post your experience in such detail. ... (10 replies)
... with the retina dangling and had to fly back home 1000 miles just to do the operation. ... (10 replies)
... above which I'd be able to see, below which, not. This line would lower as time passed and the gas bubble was absorbed. ... (10 replies)
... I am happy to live in a time when we have the technology to repair these type problems, and I am happy to not be blind in this eye. So if it does not go completely away, I can deal. ... (8 replies)
... the rate of recovery and the final state of vision can be different in both cases. I had Stage 1 macular detachment, and I am still recovering after 6.5 weeks. ... (20 replies)
... I am in the same boat as you, except I think floaters are perfectly fine, I see them all the time since I was a kid. But for me, as I made in an earlier post, I am seeing the flashes of light as well. I have an appt. ... (13 replies)
... and have never had any eye or head injuries. Last Thursday I was diagnosed with a chronic detached retina, meaning that the retina could have been detached for YEARS and iv had no symptoms up until recently! ... (3 replies)
... but you know that will not help with the healing process. Having a positivie outlook will enhance your recovery process. Having a cut on your finger will take some time to heal, let alone a major surgery of the eye muscles. ... (8 replies)
... but because the membrane on my retina was so thick they did not get it all peeled off which is why I am having it repeated. ... (16 replies)
... o male. I recently had surgery for retinal detachment in my right eye. Following the surgery, a few weeks later the retina was peeling off again and my surgeon inserted a gas bubble to maintain pressure. After this failed as well, I underwent a second surgery. ... (6 replies)
Restor implant
Nov 1, 2006
... Cher, bless you, I was thinking you would have had your surgery by now. ... (12 replies)
... Well, it's been 20 years since I had my detached retina, with vitrectomy having the gas bubble in the eye, but it does take time for the bubble to be replaced by your own body fuids. It's slow going, plus the surgery itself will take some time for the eye to heal completely. ... (4 replies)
... I just had my cataract surgery and had the regular folding lens put in. I can now watch tv without glasses for the first time in 40 years! But, as the previous poster stated, I can't see anything close and do need reading glasses. ... (22 replies)
... Your husband has very little to worry about. The surgery is essentially pain free. The surgery will take only a few minutes. Recovery time will be a few days to a week or so. He will be able to tell something was done to his eye, but he won't be in any noticeable discomfort. ... (2 replies)


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