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Recent vitrectomy
Oct 30, 2014
... The improvement after r cataract was certainly worth the risk, but, fortunately, the detachment didn't advance enough to cause vision loss. ... (2 replies)
Recent vitrectomy
Oct 29, 2014
... Dear Dr I can only imagine how concerned you are about this serious issue since your eyes so important for your job. Even though they say surgeons can operate with their eyes closed, I wouldn't want to have surgery performed by a Dr who has eyesight problem. LOL I had perfect 20/20 on both eyes until by accident retina rupture was descovered. I had surgery in June same way... (2 replies)
... sses in order to see near and far without squinting. I noticed that without wearing glasses when I apply slight pressure with my fingers to my lower eye balls my vision dramatically improves. What does this mean? ... (0 replies)

Recent vitrectomy
Oct 25, 2014
... hello, I am a 55 year old general surgeon who had a vitrectomy this week for a detached retina, without obvious vision loss. ... (2 replies)
MEWDS - EYE Issues
Oct 23, 2014
... and still seem to find very few answers. I want to make sure my diagnosis was correct and that my vision isn't going to get worse. ... (0 replies)
... single vision with a non glare coating. ... (2 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with Open angle glaucoma and also have dry eye syndrome. If you have similar conditions do you often have blurred vision while focusing on computer work such as reproducing numbers from a paper to a spreadsheet? ... (2 replies)
... I don't know the cause of my distorted vision yet but occ I get the sense that my vision is jumbled or crossed. ... (6 replies)
... it by asking yourself what is the risk and success rate of such operations, and if it is worth taking the risk, as opposed to your current state of affairs with vision or imbalance. ... (6 replies)
... I should clarify-I have a macular pucker diagnosis from a vitriol specialist. My vision in the bad eye is 20/40. The distortion varies from cloudy to cob web like. I just can't balance and accept the distortion. I have been told it's anxiety. I've been to ENT and while I have had issues with my ears nothing was noted about balance and the inner ear. The surgery for... (6 replies)
... shelves, after correcting your vision with your normal glasses, if you have any? ... (6 replies)
... Darthy12, PVD is a natural process for most of us. So there is nothing to fear, really! I have gone through it, and so do millions of other people. As your doctor, perhaps, must have told you, as we age, the vitreous, inside the eyeball, slowly shrinks, and, hence, detaches itself from the retina, sometimes, creating floaters, which are just protein fibers which make up the... (1 replies)
... Does your distorted vision make you feel wobbly or slightly off balance? ... (6 replies)
... you live in an area where you have access to more than a couple doctors. Sometimes it just takes time to find the right one. But never just accept diminishing vision unless you know why it's happening and that nothing can be done. Be persistent till you get an answer! ... (2 replies)
... vision although I haven't been to an eye doctor in years. I'm 40 years old and I noticed my vision issue seemingly overnight. ... (2 replies)
... I am curious about the surgery too. I have 20/40 vision in my pucker eye and the other eye is fine. I just can't get used to seeing this way. I sometimes feel like my balance is off. The mild distortion is frustrating. I'm not sure I wish to take on all the risks that surgery warns us about. (1 replies)
... Hello Janie, If you use drops for the Glaucoma that could result in dry eye. Also, spending time looking at the computer without blinking also dries out the eye. Blurriness is a frequent complaint of dry eye sufferers. That it happens when you're working at the computer might be a clue that you need to blink more and look away more. Discussing with your... (2 replies)
... (Continuation from my previous post) Consider the first chart for the right eye OD(R): • It is as seen by the doctor or the machine since the yellow spot on the top left photo, which is the entrance of the optic nerve in the eye, is to the right, close to the nose side of the right eye • The region of the area scanned is shown by the square in the top photos, and the... (2 replies)
... My dad has glaucoma in both his eyes. Recently due to ocular pressure hike the cornea got degenerated and he lost his vision in right eye. Also the right eye has developed cataract. Is it safe to go for cornea transplant and cataract surgery given the fact that he has glaucoma? ... (1 replies)
... knee. It affected me seeing straight at anything esp. driving. Oh. I almost forgot when I'm trying to look out of my right eye it overlaps on to my left eyes vision i.e. when looking at the highway my right lane vision jumps over in to my left side. ... (1 replies)

Associated Tags: blurred vision, cornea transplant, glasses, glaucoma, macular pucker, risk evaluation, surgery option

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