I have posted this question ,but have not gotten an answer yet, therefore I am going to re post and hope someone has an idea about this situation.
I had cataract surgery 8 months ago on both eyes , and have had many complications with both eyes. I had a secondary catract to develop in just a few weeks of surgery but my surgeon would not Yag laser it at the time because of inflamation. Once the inflamation was gone (it took about 4 months) I had it Yag lasered twice and the cloud remains. Now I am being told that the problem is not in the capsule. It is a cloud in the vitreous. My vision seems the same to me ,whatever the reason for the heavy cloud.
My question is this==could two yag lasers have caused the cloud in the vitreous? I forgot to ask him that . I am beginning to think I will have to learn to live with this cloud. :O(
Thank you for answering my question. I have been reading about the usage of Yag laser for removing floaters, and I know there are a few Drs who claim to have great results.The key word here is "CLAIM."
Maybe one day someone will come up with a method that will help in most cases, without too much risk involved.
I am 66 years old and never had a floater , retinal tear, cornea problems , dry eyes or a huge cloud in one eye until I had cataract surgery.
As I have said before,if I had it to do over ,I would not do it unless I was unable to function.
My life has been seriously changed by all these problems, and the floaters are a huge problem for me when driving, reading , using the computer or just trying to look a friend in the face.
Yes , I am upset and sorry I used the Dr that I did. ===Live and learn, is what I am saying now.
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