I was told by the specialist eye doctor, while she was conducting a cycloplegic refraction, that she sees air bubbles behind my right eye and another one forming behind my left eye. She said this was not harmful and could not be causing my headaches or the "ghost images" I see when looking through lenses. However, I have intense pressure behind my eyes and wonder if it, in fact, could be problematic or could have anything to do with my focusing problems (takes longer than normal for my eyes to focus). Any thoughts from any doctors out there would be helpful.
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