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... The eye is very sensitive - the cornea has the highest concentration of sensory nerves of any tissue. So pain can persist almost for no reason. Perhaps the eye drops they are talking about are an anti-inflammatory, such as prednisolone (which you may or may not have been given to use in the first week after surgery). I wouldn't shy away from calling them back and asking for... (1 replies)
... Hi Wilson777, Do you mean to say that after the 1 week post op, your doc is still asking you to use Pred for another 3 weeks until he sees you at 1 month post op?:eek: This indirectly implies that you have inflammation in that eye? And how did he explain your residual error (-2.50) in that eye then (well, in your case, as if it hadn't been worked on)? Ok. Sounds like your... (31 replies)
... She said that he will lift just a small portion of my flap and use a syringe to irrigate out the particles. My right eye is perfect, my left eye not so much. It isn't horrible, but it's still blurry. Hopefully this helps. ... (1 replies)

... He put dye in my eye and used a UV light to check me out. My surgeon did not take this step to evaluate me. ... (31 replies)
... He didn't mention swelling at my 1 week checkup. He said to keep using the Prednisolone drops, but to stop using the Ofloxacin drops. ... (31 replies)

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