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... 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? ... (0 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. (1 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)
... They repaired the tear but I have lost the normal sight in that eye. I have a blurry spot in the center of my vision that looks like when your glasses are dirty. Let light hit my face and oh my goodness! ... (1 replies)
... and he believes that the max I can achieve will be 4th line down on the chart. He said as I am shortsighted in both eyes it is possible that I might get double vision if I had a full sight lens and that although I can balance this out with a left contact lens the same effect could not be achieved with glasses. Ie. ... (0 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)
... Since you said that when you press your eyeball, but you are "not" wearing glasses, your vision improves, your prescription lenses must be providing the same correction that pressing your eyeball does. ... (2 replies)
... So, if what I am saying is true, you may simply need a new prescription for your glasses. So, go see the optometrist to check what your vision is without pressing the eyeballs. ... (2 replies)
Double Vision
Nov 11, 2014
... I have had double vision for 8 months now. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, my girlfriend has recently had botox into the white of her left eye, unfortunately now she has pretty bad double vision and is wondering if anything can be done to help, or if she just has to wait for it to wear off? ... (0 replies)
... I have had something in my vision for 6 months. I had it checked out by the optometrist the first time I noticed it and he didnt find anything wrong. ... (0 replies)
... It is totally awful as I constantly have the feeling of my vision being blocked. Also, my eyes are really straining to try to see and focus around it. Anyone else ever experience this? ... (0 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? ... (2 replies)
... I went to an optometrist and they said they had no Idea why my eye was blury and why I had a very slight double vision even with lenses on. ... (2 replies)
... My surgery was in the middle of June, and I still have some double vision now, but I ignore my RD eye and that allows me to work. I was actually back at work after 5 weeks, although it took over 9 weeks for my bubble to go. ... (1 replies)
... I have had cat-sx in both eyes some 12-13 years ago. That time there was no choice like far/near, and so have far/far IOL's, and they have proven just fine. My vision went back to 20/20 after the cat-sx. It turns out that I mostly need better long-distance vision (including, watching TV), and being 59 have been using reading glasses any way for quite some time now, for... (2 replies)
... however, I have none of your other eye conditions, but my RD's did cause mild to severe vision loss when they happened. So, perhaps, my progress and current condition may not exactly predict yours. But it's a case history you may want to know... ... (3 replies)
... so when she had cataract surgery, they did lens implants that way as well. She liked it very much as it was just a continuation of the way she had corrected her vision in the past. It was about 10 years before she had to resort to readers again. ... (2 replies)

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