I had about 5 months ago wavefront eye laser lasik surgery. My eyes have been dry and sensitive and my eye sight has been very good. Everything was great until about a month ago when i started to see like fragments of veins and a black dots which moves about my eye when i look up or down and sometimes straight ahead a black blob. The problem gets better or worse depending what type of day light i am in. I am really upset as i went to the best clinic. When i went back to my consultant he said not to worry my eyes were fine but i have very senstive eyes. I have never experienced this at all before when i was shorted sighted. It is in my left eye which before was experiencing the most of the dryness. Please advise as my consultant did not put me at ease and i dont know if it will ever go away.
You may have a posterior vitreous detachment and resultant floaters. This usually has nothing to do with LASIK. See an ophthalmologist to make sure you do not have a retinal tear or detachment. You can use search feature on this sight to read about posterior vitreous detachment or PVD.
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