I had Scleral Buckle surgery on my right eye on 2/14/07 (it's now 5/11/07. I am waiting patiently to be able to correct my vision in my right eye so it matches my left eye.
Soon after the surgery I started to see the capillaries in the center of my eye appear for an instant when I blink. Doc ways this is nothing to worry about. I had my follow up 4 days ago and Doc says everything looks good. The next day I started to see spots (I'll call them "freckles") in my right eye when I blink, but like the outline of the capillaries, they also disappear within a second. I also see "sparkles" when my right eye is closed. Very faint, but they are there. I am assuming this is just part of the healing process, but thought I would ask. I have complete vision in my right eye, it's just extremely blurry.
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