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... A vitrectomy for detached retina usually involves the injection of a silcone oil and face down posturing for at least a week. ... (1 replies)
... So klutzy me managed to get a detached retina in my left eye, so I had vitrectomy or the gas bubble surgery about a week ago. ... (1 replies)
... I phoned the office to ask, and was told there's no simple answer in my case because she'd be doing the vitrectomy for more than one purpose. ... (3 replies)

Vitrectomy Issues
Sep 30, 2013
... very similar to what you describe, but with my right eye. I had three retinal tears and my macula was mostly off and I am now 4 weeks post op with only a small gas bubble remaining and double vision just as you describe. ... (1 replies)
... I just noticed yesterday that my eye is painful when looking at light. I had vitrectomy for 2 blood vessels that detached from my retina. ... (0 replies)
Vitrectomy Issues
Jun 16, 2013
... I underwent a vitrectomy approximately 4 weeks ago due to a retinal tear and detachment in my left eye. The gas bubble has begun receding, but am having a hard time keeping both eyes open due to the double vision I am experiencing. ... (1 replies)
... I am post vitrectomy 8 weeks right eye and 4 weeks left eye for stage 2 bilateral macular holes. ... (5 replies)
... No I also mentioned in my previous posts, the gas bubble had not completely dissolved. ... (18 replies)
... es you are right. We do have our doubts about the doc performing the silicon oil vit perfectly since he should have removed all of the vitreous and the left over gas bubble properly but he couldn't. ... (18 replies)
... Thanks for your detailed responses. With regards to the "gas" going through the retinal tear/hole, of course, you are right, it can but the scenario I was assuming was slightly different: first, pre-vit op, normal eye liquid/no air-bubble, then retinal tear, then liquid goes behind the retina and peels it leading to retinal detachment; then, vitrectomy op, laser treatment... (18 replies)
... described at that time as if the gas bubble has broken into 2 smaller bubbles which are stuck around the eyelid area.This was something unusual since bubble doesnt travel to that position in eye normally. Our mistake was that instead of taking immediate action, we waited and assumed maybe its the way bubble breaks.. ... (18 replies)
... OPENED after 1 month of it staying successfully closed, the gas had gone through the open hole and actually caused more damage i.e retinal tear. ... (18 replies)
... And about the 'dark thread like thing' my mom has been seeing, apparently this is the residual bubble from the previous gas bubble vitrectomy. ... (18 replies)
... issues. Firstly, she has been operated for cataract on both eyes. Within a year after that, her right eye developed stage 4 macular hole. For this she underwent gas bubble vitrectomy in Nov 2012. the surgery was successful as she was careful with the posturing and her hole closed. ... (18 replies)
... gone. Vision "above" the bubble is back, but it concerns me. The doc told me it would take weeks or months for the vision to improve, and the logical part of my brain understands that. ... (8 replies)
... I had a vitrectomy 5 weeks ago for removal of scar tissue buildup and fluid in they eye. I had a gas bubble that lasted 2 weeks. After the bubble dissipated, i now experience wavy vision. Anyone else experience this and how long did it take for it to heal? ... (12 replies)
... HI Vitcat Sorry for the delay in replying What I meant was I am able to see big letter like a stop sign etc Still I am having difficulties with books/Computer I can see it but not clear & I am not sure how impact the gas bubble will have on seeing things (20 replies)
... Hi Vitcat Good news...now the gas bubble reduced little bit and I am able to see few letters from TV and microowen at least now (This happened today evening) Compared to morning its litter better now and I guess it will improve moving forward & I will keep you posted Thanks for all your suggestion (20 replies)
... Hi Vitcat sree234: See my replies below & Thanks for reply and I am praying god for your speedy recovery By size, do you mean the diameter of the macular hole near the central fovea? Units for these retina-related things are in "mirometers." That is, 622 micro-meters, or 0.622 mm in your case. Sree: Yes. That;s correct & I only had macular hole and no other issue (... (20 replies)
... it is done in just a few minutes, and totally painless. But with the air bubble still in there, I don't know if they can do that yet. ... (20 replies)


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