After treatment on my detached retina-help

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by djreloop, Sep 23, 2007.

  1. djreloop

    djreloop Guest

    hi everyone,
    i recently had a retinal detachment
    i went to the doc and the doc put a gas bubble in my eye and so far
    its fine-there is no black stops.
    the bubble is still in there but i still have one problem.
    I have wavy central vision. Can anyone help and tell me why this is?
    <img src="http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/medint/ovs/pc010522_pdt/fs_1_macular
    %20problem.files/image010.jpg">
    sorta looks like this but i don't know if its me but about two days
    ago (as the doc said, i may see small black dots-which is scar tissue
    from the retina), i saw some of that tissue and my central vision
    seemed to be better, but it could be just my head messing around with
    me.
    anyone know why im getting this wavy central vision and if its from
    the gas bubble or the scar tissue?
    thank you
     
    djreloop, Sep 23, 2007
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    Dan Abel Guest

    I've done the gas bubble twice. Vision is definitely poor until it is
    gone.

    I also have scar tissue in one eye. My vision isn't so good in that eye.

    Give your doctor a call. You can find out about the gas bubble (some
    last days, some months, your doctor decides what kind to do). You can
    be inspected for the scar tissue, but maybe not right away.
     
    Dan Abel, Sep 25, 2007
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