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... Thanks MMOORE for all the useful info. Because of some insurance issue, I will be able to see a doctor in about 15 days...not earlier than this. The movement in the circle in the right eye does seem to point to some fluid leakage. ... (15 replies)
... If you have what I now know I do, and so many others do, then it is CSR which, as you may have found out from this group and your own research, is a leak of fluid in an area of your eye. ... (15 replies)
... How do you guys know what your retina looks like? ... (15 replies)

... Please write about your experiences whether good or bad. ... (0 replies)
... If you've accidentally consumed some whole sugar, retinas do swell and you can get flashes of light when moving your head too suddenly, until it drains out in a day or two, sparkles too I think. ... (5 replies)
... Please bear in mind that opticians are not qualified to assess the medical status of your retina. ... (3 replies)
... and your vision through them. Some people could have severe cataracts but overall vision still great and patient does not complaint at all. ... (4 replies)
ILM Peeling
May 24, 2009
... mail exchange with Dr. Charles in Memphis this afternoon and thought I'd let you see the exchange. You are welcome to come to your own conclusions. ... (699 replies)
... D I hope I have great results, since I have not seen any improvement with my retina problem up till now. I am confident that being able to remove ALL of the membrane will be enable me to regain much more vision. ... (79 replies)
... Congratulations on your finally getting some improvement. ... (21 replies)
... For most of your waking hours, your blood pressure stays pretty much the same when you are sitting or standing still. ... (27 replies)
... ailable throughout the test should you have a question or need to pause for a break.Afterward, the computer analyzes the data and prints a chart of the results. Your visual field results are organized in your record so that your doctor can monitor your progress. ... (7 replies)
... In Hiding, As I remember it took awhile for the vitrectomy to clear. But my retina detached 3 times in rapid succession so for me it was months. ... (120 replies)
... you mean. Most professional ophthalmologists are such asses. Either they want to help as many people as they can in the smallest amount of time or they want only your money which is most likely. Retina specialists are pretty much the same way. ... (1 replies)
... after you go out and your eyes adjust, is everthing in the "patch" area shimmering and shaking? ... (12 replies)
... I don't know if it's the same but I used to see "silvery beads" running at the bottom of my vision in the right eye for a few seconds or so. ... (2 replies)
... bubble can open the pathway from a retinal tear or a hole to a retinal detachment. It's the saline solution or the vitreous humor that goes behind the retina through the tear and cause it to "peel away from its base, like, a wall paper," but not the air bubble itself. ... (18 replies)
... Did your 1st retinal detachment result in loss of sight in that eye? ... (5 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. Your scar tissue, sounds like what my Retina sp. just called the "viterous gel" . My veterous gel, which two sp. ... (18 replies)
... can't... You'll never know if you don't look at things from different perspectives. It's not that I think I have the key, but there is something I noticed in my own episodes of new spots. ... (14 replies)


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