Pupile reaction to light after argon laser treatement for a hole
I had a laser treatment for holes in my retina in my left eye 4 weeks ago but after the treatment i noticed that my eye doesn't react to light as before : the pupil size of my twso eyes are not always the same my left eye is a little more dilated than the right eye, also i have problem when reading.
Is it usual and normal? can you please help me and advise me , what should i do?
I consulted my surgeon who told me that the difference between the two pupils is not noticeable and it may be the drops effect and told also me to wait.What do you think? i had a painfull laser treatement to my retina and i'm affraid that one nerve has been hited by the laser causing dilatation problem.
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