my father is 42 years old.some days back he could see a grey smoky cloud moving in his right eye..he went to an eye doctor and after m.r.i and angiography,the doctor said that water is blocked behind the retina..but he did not gave any medicine.he just said that water will dry up autumatically in 4 months.he prescribed only one eye drop calledNEVANAC for pain and vitamins capsule.my father is diabetic and has high blood pressure......my question is that will the water dry up by itself or a surgery will be done.should i consult another doctor.is the diseaese treatable.will it affect the eye sight.
my age is 25 and when i was 2 years old, while playing i lost vision in my right eye now the vision in that eye is 6/60.doctors say that eye is not damaged but there may be problem behind that eye.the problem is now i had water behind retina of my left eye also.i am very upset. i am feeling problem in my studies. can anyone tell me for how much this water behind retina remains.
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