... I would call my dr. immediately. I know it takes time for your vision to adjust after a vitrectomy... but this sounds abnormal. ... (2 replies)
... adjust the gauze pad in case it was that that was poking into my eyeball. Well I found my vision really bizarre. Its like my eyeball is tilted on its side. With the 2 eyes its like Im seeing two different pictures on top of each other, one ok and one at least 45 degrees different. ... (2 replies)
... I have a wonderful surgeon who saw me an hour ago and said everything looks fine. So its probably just the eye is still very dilated and taking a long time to go back to normal. Apparently uneven sight in the first 24 hrs after a vitrectomy is common which is great news :) Even though it was ok he was glad I let him know and if it doesnt revert to normal by Monday then Im to... (2 replies)
... Thanks for the advice. My doctor also mentioned the wrinked clothing analogy for the retina but implied that this would smooth itself out over time. The second doctor used a wallpaper analogy but implied that once the retina is detached, it will not be positioned in exactly the same way again, hence the offset & tilted vision, which wouldn't correct itself over time. Seems to... (2 replies)
... I too had a scalera buckle and three torn retinas and also have tilted vision, double vision, straight lines are wavy and everything is smaller. glasses apparently can't help me. ... (7 replies)
I had ERM Vitrectomy surgery May 2011, and then Catract surgery 7 weeks ago (cataract forms from Vitrectomy). The Scar tissue (ERM) Had pulled on my retina/macula and caused traction along with swelling. This traction and swelling distorted my retina/macula/photoreceptors just enough to cause mild distortion in that eye now that surgery and healing is over.
I can... (2 replies)
... eye. Initially it was torn but later became detached and scar tissue formed. The last op was 8 weeks ago and the vision, when I close my good eye, is noticeably tilted about 20 degrees from the horizontal. ... (2 replies)
... for 3 years now, I have to deal with it everyday, by wearing glasses with prisms built into them. Tilted vision is something I've never had. ... (7 replies)
... I'm just curious if anyone else has experienced double, tilted vision? ... (7 replies)
... Thank you very much for your reply. It's amazing you responded with this information because later yesterday I called my eye doctors office (after just being there on Wednesday) and talked to his assistant who said this could all be due to severe eye strain, and suggested I rest my eyes and put in artificial tears due to dryness.
I do have muscle issues with my neck and... (2 replies)
... like most people my posture in front of the computer worsens over time, and often I end up in a position where my body is angling forward and my neck is tilted back in order to face the computer, in effect squishing the back of my neck together. ... (9 replies)
... I am concerened very much, my father is having double vision and its also Sideways or Tilted sometimes. He has been to the doctor now and his T4 medicne was increased for thyroid issues but not sure what the Sideways vision and Double vision is from ? ... (3 replies)
... blurred vision again and the crazy thing is it gets clearer as i tilt my head all the way back like looking cross eyed! ... (1 replies)
... I can't answer your questions about nystagmus coming and going, but there is a rarer condition called SOM that mimics nystagmus and does come and go.
Superior oblique myokymia is a neurological disorder affecting vision. It is a condition that presents as repeated, brief episodes of movement, shimmering or shaking of the vision of one eye, a feeling of the eye trembling, or... (9 replies)
... Hee-hee, I love it when I get something right.:) (9 replies)
... Well, what I was getting at, and I'm no expert, is a convergence insufficiency. The brain is having a bit of difficulty merging the two images and the tilted lens is acting like a prism. ... (9 replies)
... extremely small lint got caught in the eye. The spot I saw seemed like something was pressing into the surface of my eye, though I felt no pressure. The more I tilted my head, the darker and larger the spot became. ... (5 replies)
... a bit of debri in the fluid inside the eye that just happens to have moved into your field of view when you tilted your head. ... (5 replies)
... that I felt no awkward pressure in my eyeball or surrounding area. I did not feel dizzy or nauseas. I did not feel any pain. The spot was simply there when I tilted my head sideways. Also, the more that I tilted my head, the larger the spot became. ... (5 replies)
... Dear I am having a problem with my vision and I would like yo discuss. ... (3 replies)