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... I was just wondering if anyone has been offered surgery to fix the waviness after a detached retina/vitrectomy? I'm still at the "wait and see" stage, so I don't know if I will actually need the surgery, but my consultant did mention surgery as a possible means to try and fix the waviness if it doesn't go away by itself. (25 replies)
... Hi Anon, Well, I hope you are seeing your doctor about this... I have had ocular migraines but my symptoms are different.. I see zig zag flashes, like lightning bolts and I see them with my eyes open or closed. It lasts for about 30 minutes and then its gone. I saw an opthamologist who diagnosed it and he said I might get a lot of them or never have another one... I've had... (1 replies)
... I'm not sure if this is my eyes going bad or neurological issues? Current issue: only time I don't think I notice this is when looking outside driving rc car (requires good amount of head movement) riding in the car, tv, computer screens... right now as I look at the wall above my monitor its kinda flashing/vibrating, and when I say flashing it kinda gets bright, then... (1 replies)

... I have the same problem and have no answer (3 replies)
... Hi As per my personal opinion and experience ,Monofocal is better than multifocal lens. but with LenSX procedure . All the best (5 replies)
... I have to have sx for cataracts and have to decide between the multifocal or monofocal lens. Is there anyone who has had this sx in the past 6-12 months who can offer some advice? It seems to me that you have to make a series of compromises with the multifocal (i.e., halos, glare, intermediate vision, visual contrast, night vision impairment, etc--including the cost). Is... (5 replies)
... on since first getting it in my childhood. Past infections were diagnosed promptly and treated correctly with antiviral drops in a timely manner. I've had slight vision loss, but nothing life changing. This time things were different. ... (0 replies)
... or contacts. This procedure was touted as a permanent fix for eliminating glasses. In most countries she would be considered blind without glasses. Anyway her vision has gotten worst with the procedure. She has one eye for far distance and the other for near. ... (4 replies)
... The inflamed tear gland was found when the doctor ordered tests prior to the double vision surgery on the other eye. ... (0 replies)
CSR in both eyes
Aug 4, 2014
... Last year I noticed that I had lost my central vision in my right eye. ... (0 replies)
... the optic nerve is probably still functional but since no light is entering the eye at all there is no way of knowing if there is any possibility of even partial vision being restored. I wonder if anyone could point me in the direction of articles on pupil restoration. ... (0 replies)
Loop myopexy
Aug 3, 2014
... I have had double vision (diplopia) for years now. Saw a Neuro-ophthalmoloist that diagnosed me with heavy eye syndrome and am scheduled for a "loop myopexy." Has anyone had the "loop myopexy" procedure for double vision. If so, did it work? I have had all the necesssary tests to rule out other causes. Any information anyone has on this procedure I would... (0 replies)
... Hello. So a little over one year ago, I was being an idiot and decided to shine a laser pointer into my eye. Even sence I did that, there has been a scillinting scotoma in the center of my vision. At first I though it would go away, but as weeks turned into months I realized this wasnt going to heal on its own. Ive been to two eye doctors who said there is no nerve damage, but... (3 replies)
... always can find people with spinning vision, blurry vision, tunnel vision etc. but never with the shaky vision. ... (2 replies)
... Hi all, I am 27 years old male and I'm having vision issues. ... (0 replies)
... If you had a retinal detachment you would see a veil, or you would have vision affected in that eye. I don't think you have anything to worry about. Floaters are very common. ... (2 replies)
... Hello everyone :) I had my LASIK procedure 2 weeks ago (today is day 15) and I have some questions and unfortunately I can't go to my doctor right now because we're having a vacation in my country and I won't be able to see any doctor before next week, so I hope I can find answers here: 1- Since the second day of the procedure, once I wake up, I have an annoying blurry... (0 replies)
... I saw an ophthalmologist yesterday. They tested my vision with my current glasses. ... (0 replies)
... I am a teen and -3.00 glasses power I have floaters that had clumped together. They look thick. When I look at a light, these clumped floaters create a reflection of the light. It only occurs when I look at a very bright light (sunlight). It is usually on and off. My eyes were only checked with a slit lamp but I think that isn't enough for me. Also when I look at a canfle,... (2 replies)
... I already know I need glasses but I was wondering how my vision is compared to a person with " normal vision"? ... (0 replies)

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