Ok, thank you. Is there anything else I can do for redness, especially after surgery? My doctor told me to wait up to 6 months to a year to know the final result - but im concerned the redness will never go away. Is there any solution?
I will pass on your suggestion to my surgeon, thank you.
I was also wondering, I find that when im calm and relaxed my eye is white. However, when I get nervous or stressed, my eye (where the surgery took place) becomes red. Is this normal, and what is its cause?
Thanks again for your quick, helpful responses. You've been a great help!
When you are scared, upset, frightened angry your body releases chemicals like adrenalin that dilate blood vessels. Your operated eye blood vessels are more sensitive and probably more numerous. Keep cool.
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