I have sent messages to you previously. Since my cataract surgery on July 2 my vision has been compromised although slowly improving. My surgery was complicated by a lens capsule tear and relocation of the implant to an ant..."
"I posted an earlier comment a few weeks ago that I had cloudy vision post R cataract surgery done on July 2 that was complicated by a lens capsule tear and relocation of the implant to the sulcus ?spelling. I still have cloudy vision an..."
I also had large clump appear in my vitreous after a few weeks of bright flashes of light at night...I was going through a posterior vitreous detachment with detachment of the Weiss ring ( tissue that surrounds the head of the optic nerve)..it looked like a big octapus swimming back and forth. I too was told it would go away and to give it a full year to see how it was after time... well, in a year, I was more than ready to have a vitrectomy because it was driving me crazy. The vitrectomy took care of it! So, this is an option for you...but ask LOTS of questions and read everything you can to be sure it is the right thing for you. As with all surgery, there is risk.
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