Thank you for the response. Doctor said that she will recover in about two weeks because she is young and healthy but she is worried about going to school with a red eye. I am not sure what type of glasses she should wear.
May I know how long should I wait for her eye heals completely after a conjuntiva lesion surgery. It has been two months now and her eye still has red blood vessels on her eye showing and looking her eye red.
The surgeon told me first about one month but after the first month I took her back and the surgeon told me about 3 months to heal.
I know the surgeon told me that it may depend on my child's own body recovery process but I would like to know the limit time I should wait to take my child back to see the surgeon.
I was planning to go see the surgeon after 3 months or her surgery; but I would like to find out if I may have to wait for more time.
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