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... it could be your eye lens or retina or even the optic nerve or brain.What makes you think you have macular pucker, in particular? ... (6 replies)
... Hello everyone, I thought I would relate my journey so others may have benefit to the experiences I've had so far. I am a 47 year old man, relatively good health and on Dec 7th 2009 I was in the woods cutting down next years firewood. ... (16 replies)
... can lead to cataracts, and cataracts surgery can also increase the risk of RD, but, according to my surgeon, the first is almost certain although it may take time to ripen. ... (3 replies)

... Thank you very much for taking the time to post your experience in such detail. ... (10 replies)
... that some of us are cursed with. ... (8 replies)
... That's why I don't think my PCO is affecting my vision. I also read somewhere that if vision is worse in lower light, that could be PCO problems. But mine seems the same no matter what the lighting is. Just blurry up close and very clear for distance. ... (36 replies)
... which is where they said "Don't worry about this transient loss of vision" However, ..... then went on to explain that I had ROP. This was more concerning to them. ... (10 replies)
... Didn't know about retinopathy of prematurity. Now, I know from wiki. ... (10 replies)
... in image size, and also slight stereoscopic vision problems due to the latter. Briefly, after my cataract sx about 11 years ago on both eyes, I had vitrectomies on both eyes in Aug. ... (8 replies)
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Mar 6, 2013
... Also, if your OCT says your inner lining on the retina is distorted, that is, your retina has not been flattened, I am curious as to why your second doctor feels that the vit. surgery he performed was better than the first doctor? ... (4 replies)
... Please see the NEI website for Stage 3 classification, and decide for yourself. That is not to scare you but it is just an aid to see the severity of the macular hole. ... (20 replies)
... You need to ask your dr "why" the vitretomy was done in your case. ... (20 replies)
... Hi OP. I'm in a similar position and hope you the best. ... (66 replies)
... ht my eye and I also am new to this group and see how hard it is to get started with people answering you. I myself had my first optical migraine as I found out the next day what it was, when I was approx. 31years old. I am now 55, almost 56 and also found out 2 years ago that I have cataracts. ... (66 replies)
... Vit I had my cat surgery scheduled for next week but i canceled it today because the Doctor would not install any other lense than the Baush IOLs that he gets a discount on. ... (66 replies)
... weeks gap between them if you are going to go through both the operations one after the other. ... (66 replies)
... I have a hole in my retina and have to have a vitrectomy. The doctor said I could pick between two types of gurgery. One was the standard gas bubble and I assumed the other was silicone oil but my husband undersooid it to be a different type of gas that just lasts longer. ... (1 replies)
... get busy!! i have just joined office and have been busy for last 3 days but it has not been easy. The double vision makes it all the more difficult. Thanks for ur supprt. ... (7 replies)
... These doctors are only human and are not all brilliant. The piece of mind some other opinions will give you is priceless. Also, have them review the OCT test results on the computer in front of you at your appointment. ... (2 replies)
... had vitrectomy with gas bubble and laser. In order to keep the bubble pressing the retina in the correct place, I was told to sleep on my left side and be very careful to not lay on my back. I am 5 weeks out and still have the bubble. ... (12 replies)


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