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Caddy Surgery May Have Caused Dbl Vision In My Right Eye
I have foggy vision in my right eye but already had cataract surgery in it 2 years ago. Worse in bright light. What would cause this?
Secondary cataract: You likely have a very common condition commonly referred to as a secondary cataract. The technical term is posterior capsular opacification, which describes a small layer of cells that have formed a membrane behind your lens implant. The good news is that this can be fixed with a painless outpatient surge rival procedure called a yag capsulotomy. It is covered by all insurances if necessary. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have astigmatism but do you think they could do surgery on my right eye and make at have similar vision to my left?
Astigmatism: And other refractive errors (like nearsightedness and farsightedness) can be corrected with lasik or other types of refractive surgery. This will take care of any glasses need you have for distance vision but you will still need to wear reading glasses as you get older. This is due to presbyopia, or age-related reading difficulty. ...Read more
Cataract surgery 7 yrs ago. Some kind of dark object is blocking right eye, it moves around within right eye only and cutting my vision.
Blurry vision: After cataract surgery may be caused by a clouding of the lens capsule which is left in place during your surgery. It may also be due to an opacity that can develop in the vitreous or some type of retinal problem. You should be evaluated by your ophthalmologist to determine the cause of your symptoms and if there is anything that can be done to help them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can i train my non-dominant eye for distance? Cataract surgery in dominant right eye shot for 20-20, instead left me with great close vision.
Deteriorating vision w panuveitis & cataract in right eye.19, studying & am finding it tough to cope.Can cataract surgery only be done once?W orzudex?
Can be done more: than once, but in an eye that is already internally inflamed, even doing one cataract surgery has it's risks, as well as post-op cataract recovery time. Must reduce stress levels, and also have a full work up done by your internist to look at other causes of system inflammation and rule that out too. Want the eye as quiet as possible. ...Read more
I had an right eye surgery due to piantball. Therefore now I have a blurred vision, will i get my vision back as its been 2 weeks after the surgery.?
Maybe: It really depends on the extent of the damage and the type of surgery you had. Any damage to cornea and lens of your eye potentially could return with surgery and healing (again depending on the extent of the damage), however damage to the retina carries far worse prognosis. Your eye doctor would be able to give a better answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: This depends on the cause. Often this is due to a mild residual glasses prescription in the blurry eye, which could potentially be fixed with an enhancement procedure. However, there are several other potential causes of blurry vision. Talk to your prk surgeon for a follow-up evaluation to determine the cause and the best course of action. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Under gone Keratoconus C3R surgery for right eye, doctor told it ll take 12'days to get clear vision, 3 weeks gone, still blurry vision. i am worried!
Call your doctor: This is too difficult to answer without much more information. Neat suggestion is to talk to your doctor who can answer your questions and put your mind at ease ...Read more
I had LASIK surgery 2days back. Tell me about rubbing the eyes and its causes. post LASIK instructions. Ifeel my right eye is slight blur than left?
I had a retinal detachment in my right eye from a double penetration caused by a gunshot 2 yrs ago, is there anyhope? I had 2 surgeries and still blin
After 2 Surgeries: The likelihood that you will regain meaningful vision after two surgeries and from a traumatic injury like this is small. It is impossible to define exactly what your visual potential may be, especially without an exam. But the nature of your initial injury probably dictated what the final outcome would be the instant it occurred. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a ratinal detachment surgery in 2005 in my right eye. May i have the same problem with the other eye too or not? And what will be the symptoms?
Retinal detachment: Retinal detachment may happen from variety of reasons like extreme myopia/ near sighted, previous eye surgery, diabetic retinopathy, blunt injury to the eye and sometime no known cause. If you have predisposing factor there is higher incidence of having in the other eye is higher. Seeing flashes. floaters and curtain or shadows may be some of the early symptoms, Have the other eye checked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I used to use right eye w left as helper eye w/ binocularity. After surgery I do not have suppression and see double. Can this be fixed?
Thanks for your answer Sir,For my lazy right eye i really afraid of surgery, do u have any solution that no need to surgery ?
Depends on amount: By lazy eye, I am assuming that one eye is not aligned with the other. Sometimes lazy eye means that it doesnt "see" as well. It the alignment amount is small enough, prism glasses can be used. Otherwise, realigning the muscles is the only other option. This is called strabismus surgery. Sometimes it is cosmetic, but other times it's done to eliminate any double vision you might have. Good luck. ...Read more
What do you suggest if I have done prk surgery and its been around 5 weeks. My euesight was around -3 in left and -2.25 in right eye?
Its been a month that i have undergone a surgery of my right eye retina detachment. my question is that for how long do i have to sleep on left side?
I have a cataract in my right eye and he told me i need a cataract surgery. Is this procedure scary?
Cataract surgery: CS: The lens: usually clear, behind iris & like a "pillow in a pillowcase". As we age, lens gets cloudy/white & can affect VA. If significant or causing narrow angles, surgery may be indicated. Cataract is # 1 cause of preventable blindness in world. Cataract surgery is the most common surgery performed in world & US. Complication risk very low; best time in history to have CS: eyedoc2020.blogspot.com ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've had ophthalmic grave disease for almost 5 yrs, my right eye still swelling and bigger than left that is normal now, should I consider surgery ?
Doubt about squint if my right eye is correct then left one go cross & left eye is correct then right gone cross surgery is done on 2 eyes or one eye?
In3/6 i did lasic 4my eyes &in 3/7 somebody bit me by mistake on my right eye by eye drop.It hurt me but didn't do tears. Is it effect to eye surgery?
Vitrectomy: If the symptoms are severe enough, a retinal surgeon can perform a vitrectomy operation which involves delicately peeling the wrinkled membrane from the surface of the retina. Over time, this allows the retina to flatten out and assume a more normal shape. Cataract if a common complication of this operation. Without surgery, the conditions either remains stable or worsens. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My doctor told me my blurry right eye was normal after surgery and to elevate my head with pillows at night. It's not helping. What can?
Blurry: It depends on the type of surgery and how long ago you had the surgery. For example, cataract surgery often requires 1-3 months for full healing. Retinal surgery often requires longer. The key elements of faster recovery include using all prescribed eyedrops or medicines, taking it easy with physical activity, don't rub the eye, follow your doctor's directions... ...Read more
I had brain surgery I had triligimal neuguia so dr cut my T nerve. Now I'm having sharp pains in my right eye same side .could this be the T nerve ?
Trigeminal : We or at least I do not have enough information to help you but the Dr who did the cutting must know all about your situation. ...Read more
My 4 years son had a layser surgery for his right eye. Now he is five and having an out side squint. What is better for him glasses,surgery,or botox?
It depends: Having already had surgery done to correct a problem complicates matters. Function should be the primary concern (binocular vision / avoidance of suppression amblyopia). I would get more than one opinion before committing to another operation or botox. The prism lenses produce less reversible changes. ...Read more
What should I expect during my recovery from tear duct reconstruction surgery? I am about to have surgery to fix a blocked tear duct in my right eye. How long is the recovery from this surgery? Will i take any medications after tear duct reconstruction, w
Hi, I have a prick like feeling in my right eye every once in a while, normally when I look to he left suddenly or something similar. I had laser eye surgery about 2 years ago and I am pretty sure it is not related to that. How can I cure this problem and
Eye pain: You don't mention how long these symptoms have been going on but when there is pain involved in your eye you need to see an eye doctor. There are things called floaters in the eye. They are common and not a problem but they're not associated with pain. Please make an appointment with an eye doctor. ...Read more
Epiretinal membranes: Have a variable course. The progression is unique for the individual. Some of the reasons surgical intervention is considered is when metamorphopsia (distorted vision) occurs or best corrected vision decreases below 20/40. These are guidelines are of course modified based on the individual and their anatomic and visual circumstances. ...Read more
Just had corrective eye surgery (lasik) 12 hours ago, right eye not as good as left eye. Is this normal?
Lasik: It is very common to have different vision in each eye as the healing and procedure varies. Just follow your post-op instructions and keep the eyes wel lubricated. If you had better vision just after the procedure and you notice an abrupt visual loss perhaps associated with pain then you should call your surgeon. Small variations in vision, blurry vision and severe dry eye symptoms are normal. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had retinal detachment surgery twice right eye in 2012. Why am i still getting white flashes when my right eye blinks?
Flashes of light: Can be associated with stimulation of the retina. There can be other causes, but your history would make it more likely to be retinal in nature. When you blink the eye undergoes movement. Some patients with a scleral buckle or area of retinal tears that have been repaired by laser or if vitreous gel is still present over these areas, occasional flashes with eye movement can be noted by a patient. ...Read more
I had a cataract surgery 26 dec right eye but when i cover my left eye i see things skinny and smaller and they bend a little why is that?
Blur ; Distortion: It is not uncommon to experience such symptoms after cataract surgery. The medications you are using should help improve your symptom over time and some may take longer to heal than others. Also, underlying conditions may affect overall vision, ie. Reason for retinopexy. Consult with your surgeon during your dilation exam about these changes, worsening or improving. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If I have a blind spot in my right eye, could it be treated (medicine/surgery)? Does working with computers/reading/crying.. Etc, make it worse?
Depends on what the : Blind spot is. Everyone has a blind spot, but their brains are unaware of this blind spot. I assume this is not the blind spot you're talking about. If you actually see a blind spot in your vision, then you need to see and ophthalmologist immediately. Some of those things can be treated, but some of them cannot. You just want to make sure that it is something that's not going to get larger. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Twenty days ago i had laser eye surgery. Immediately after the surgery i could see well from my right eye i still can't see from my other eye why?
Call your doc : Don't mess around with your concerning decreased vision. I'm assuming you had laser vision correction surgery, but if you were told to call your doc for any changes in vision, pain, flashes ; floater increases, you should do so right away. Even if you were not told, is be concerned. Your doc will help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 29 my right eye became blurry in vesion suddenly, my doc tells my is is truamatical cataract, and i never had accident or surgery, how can this be?
Good question: There are some cases where cataract can develop from trauma with no known injury, and this is presumed to mean that the injury could have occurred at birth or that the injury is not remembered. However, it is unusual for this type of cataract to suddenly worsen. There are cataracts that can progress very rapidly especially in young people not from any injury or any known cause at all. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is cataract surgery the only solution for getting rid of cataracts? I would like to find the best solution for treating the cataract in my right eye. I am wondering if surgery is the only solution or if there are other options available. If they are avail
I had cornea eye surgery 2 months ago on my left eye now my right eye keeps twitching why is that is it normal or should I be worried?
Seven weeks post cataract surgery on right eye. After surgery eye drops now have dry eye and need drops. Is this common and goes away with time?
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