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... last nightish, I was looking in the mirror, as i've been noticing a discoloration in my eye ?fluid? for a while. its kinda light brownish and you can see it when blinking, as it recovers the eye, in the mirror. this time there was a rainbow in one of em, and I don't think it was the first time. not that long ago I remember seeing a floater every day for a few days.... (0 replies)
... uick question and was wondering if any of you can help with an answer. I've been having some weird things happening with my eyes. I'm experiencing a change in my vision as well as experiencing some "flashing lights" in the periphery of my eyes. ... (0 replies)
... I have an anisometropic amblyopia in my right eye. I am about 20/80 in that eye. I am about 20/15 in my left eye. I was just reading about revital vision, is it a gimmick, or worth trying to get 2-3 more lines? Has anyone here ever tried it? I have some glasses, would it help to use them all the time, to gain a few lines for my right eye? Or is it pointless, since my... (0 replies)

... Hopefully the injection will work and no surgery will be required. my central vision is not too bad, with glasses and thankfully my "good" eye, I'm able to work and continue doing everything I was before. ... (3 replies)
... I guess that is my greatest fear that I will receive the injection and my vision will be less than ideal. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Armstead, I had to have a vitrectomy for this problem, check all the risks before you get the injection, if they are not to great , it maybe worth a try instead of surgery. The surgery is a big deal, (I had to keep my head down for about two weeks) and then I had to have cataract surgery a year later, so if there's anyway this new drug will help the vitreous slip off the... (3 replies)
... From what I have read, vision outcomes are best if this problem is surgically repaired, or pharmacologically managed early following diagnosis. I am still in shock over this diagnosis. ... (3 replies)
Visual Snow
Dec 3, 2014
... there for a while or if it just started, but once you notice it you really notice it. I think i am sensitive to light at times and see after images. Sometimes my vision can seem blotchy with small colorful blobs. The static becomes most noticeable in the dark or when i look at the sky or large solid color backgrounds. ... (0 replies)
... I don' t know much about your eye problem but I do know that my eye problem (macular pucker, causing distorted vision in one eye) is causing me great distress. I too am having anxiety and near panic attacks. I've been checked by various medical doctors and nothing shows up other than the eye problem so I have to say my anxiety is due to that. When something... (1 replies)
... I was able to get an appointment with my eye doctor late yesterday. Apparently, the PTK surgery I had has done a good job preventing the frequent erosions from occurring, but his theory for what happened yesterday was that I had a partial erosion, where my eye's epithelium did not completely detach but detached enough to where it is now blurring my vision, basically... (2 replies)
... I am no doctor, but after eye surgery it is very common to get a cataract, which will blur your vision. I would see my eye doctor. (2 replies)
... vision and didn't even think about my eye anymore. Until this morning, when I woke up with a noticeable decrease in vision in my right eye. It is back to being very blurry, similar to what it was like within the first 2 weeks post PTK. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Jazzzdiva, I had the same surgery about 3 years ago, and I still have a tiny hole in the very center of my vision, but the dr. said I would always have that. I would get another opinion, if I were you. They should be able to tell you if that will be permanent or not. I wish you the very best, I think any kind of eye surgery is very scary, eyemar (1 replies)
... Oh my you had a vitrectomy? That is a way more invasive procedure than I had. I had laser surgery to seal the tear. I feel for you. My daughter told me the surgery you had requires being face down for a period of time. Did you have to do that? I googled images of this and I just cannot imagine. I am not much of a stomach sleeper anyway. I also saw where with a mucular... (3 replies)
... d two other ophthalmologists. I developed the expected cataract and had cataract surgery two days ago. It went fine and was "successful," but I still have patchy vision in that eye. Does anyone know anything about it and if anything can be done? ... (1 replies)
... I would recommend that you do not have the surgery! I had the surgery a year and a half ago. I don't recall anyone telling me about the blind spots that would result. But I got them! And still the doctor never explained the patchy gray spots to me but I figured something got ripped up along with the scar tissue. I just had cataract surgery a couple of days ago, and that was... (2 replies)
... I feel your pain. I had surgery for a macular pucker June 2013 and was left with gray patches in my field of vision. I just had cat act surgery, which was fine, except I still have the gray patches. No one will tell me what they are or seems to care. They were not there before the virtrectomy. (3 replies)
... Please get to the eye doctor. I have this and the doctor saw a tear in my retina. If left in treated you can go blind (1 replies)
... Hi i know floaters are permanent i see mainly the black stringy stuff amd the clear dots if i look in the sky i want to know whats causing my other vision problom which is like an out of focus like bluriness is this part of the floaters stuff and my vision the blury side is permanent as well or is it possibly my sinus causing that (1 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear of your distress. I'm dealing with double vision. It started around the time I had a sinusitis infection. Of course, my neuro doesn't see the connection, but I do. In your case, if you can see clearly out of one of your eyes, you might need to wear a patch on the other one. That's what I'm doing now. I read online where sometimes the symptoms have to run its... (1 replies)

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