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... Hi Marco, thanks for the reply. I've been hearing from others that this is due to the scar tissue where the laser was placed and that within a few weeks it should disappear or at least I will stop noticing it. I am hoping this is the case since it's very distracting. I'm not sure what caused the tear. I don't even know when I got it since she said there was scar tissue from my... (42 replies)
... Thank you for your response. It gives me hope I won't see this annoying spot in my vision forever now. I guess it's better to be safe than sorry but I more so wonder if it was necessary just because she told me it looked like it healed itself. It makes me wonder if the doctors do this with the patient's best interest or if there's other factors going on. Thanks for your... (2 replies)
... rom my laser surgery. On the other hand, neither was I warned that there might be such side effects, which really bugs me. True, I would have gone ahead with the surgery anyways, but knowing you have been affected as you have worries me. ... (42 replies)

... Yes. I had this done 10 years ago due to a retinal tear and I also saw the spot you mention. It was scar tissue and caused by the laser. ... (2 replies)
... I recently went to a retinal specialist because I was getting some flashes now and then and a lot of floaters and she told me I had a retinal tear that actually had tried to repair itself but said she would do the laser retinal repair surgery to prevent it from opening. ... (2 replies)
... Anyway, get to an eye specialist and get it checked. Cataract surgery is not nearly as bad as retina surgery. ... (3 replies)
... I had retinal surgery to close the tear in my retina through the "freezing technique" that fuses the tear together by creating a small amount of scarring. The surgeon also attached a scleral buckle. 2. ... (3 replies)
... I also had a retinal tear. I had Victrectomy surgery 1 month ago. I was also a nervous wreck. I do not like surgery of any kind. So I had them put me out for the surgery. I still have the bubble. ... (42 replies)
Giant retinal tear
Mar 25, 2014
... Hello. This is my first post, i was diagnosed with a giant retinal tear last September 2013. I was in Belgium at the time, i woke up on Thursday morning with lots of floaters in my right eye. ... (0 replies)
... I had a Retinal Tear Laser Surgery by a vitreoretinal surgeon two weeks ago referred by my eye doctor. In the follow up checkup a week ago he said everything is fine. ... (0 replies)
Retinal tear
Oct 13, 2012
... I'm recovering from laser surgery of a retinal tear. ... (2 replies)
... What is the best way to take care of your eye after laser surgery for a retinal tear? ... (0 replies)
Retinal Tear
Jun 1, 2005
... Yes, it made me feel better to know the doc had the experience of having a retinal tear. He mention some folks have surgery to remove the floaters. He also said it was surgery that could go wrong... said he wasn't about to let his buddy do the surgery on him. ... (4 replies)
Retinal Tear
May 29, 2005
... Hi LeLu, I had a retinal tear in my eye last May, with the blood floating around, too. ... (4 replies)
... On the floaters they are called when you have this bubble and it does start to break up you have lots of floaters I thin they are fast moving spiders sometimes. I scare the heck out of myself. Then you get these snuggly lines I feel like I am back in sex ed class when I was a kid and they showed you sperm for the first time. Really weird if you ask me. Then the bubble so you... (42 replies)
... I have just noticed these in my right eye, where I had the laser surgery for a tear. I don't know if they have just appeared or if I am just noticing them for a first time. ... (42 replies)
... Glad to hear that the laser surgery was a success. I hope that in time you will be okay with the various floaters, etc, in your eye sight, and certainly I pray they will go away totally. ... (42 replies)
... Not quite sure if this is the place to write. Anyways, thanks for the reply. Will be back tomorrow here after my appointment with the retinal specialist. ... (42 replies)
... Oops! Left out one thing that probably doesn't apply to you but if others are reading, maybe this will help. The doctors all said that the retinal tears may be related to the fact that I had cataract surgery in both eyes. ... (42 replies)
... Well, I don't know if the surgeries themselves created more floaters or if they are just the side effect of the tear itself. Otherwise I've had absolutely no negative side effects at all. ... (42 replies)




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