I just got back from the doctor again and the pressure is great and a recovery is on its way.
I can finally take a shower now and no I dont have to face down lie. (They put in a Silicon oil). That is what brought up my pressure.
Yea doctor told me just just tap and break out ward with the mucus and or sleepy dirt.
yep its back to normal with the pressure. I still have to go back tommorrow for a check up.
Yea still have to take drops though which stinks because it burns
Hey how can you get all that sleepy dirt off your eye? The doctors dont really give great detail?
oh yea they gave me lots of drops, inflammation which by the way stings like crazy and also alot more to help get my pressure down. Just went in to check my pressure it is good it went down 10 pts. in under an hour, wow. So now I can relax
I just got back on a long day in the doctors office, follwing my surgery. This is because of the pressure and they said it was high. If isnt down by tommorrow I have to go to surgery again and they said they will take out some of the oil.
So my question is this, can the pressure of an eye go down quick by tommorrow you think?
What he told me was that I have a detached retina and also said for about 3-4weeks he said that could of been detached. He said for younger adults, like myself, don't catch this because it comes on a later age.
Trama accident to, which caused it but after that accident (baseball to the right temple) was fine, so thats what I mean by coming and reconi...
Yes I am 15 years old and I am getting nervous, I have surgery on Tuesday. This is my first surgery in my life. I have a retinal detachment and hopefully if anyone knows when will I get my vision back after surgery?
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