So I posted earlier too about my condition, which you can read here -
Now it has been 3 weeks since my injury, and I have been visiting my opthalmologist regularly every week. Today he checked my eye pressure which he measured to be around 28mm Hg, still very high. Although, he says the RBCs in my eyes have decreased a lot, still the pressure is high because the injury and swelling is still there. He says there are ways to surgically removed the blood, washing the eyes, the term he used, but he says the procedure won't necessarily work, the RBCs will come again if the injury is not healed which will heal over time. My medication includes Diamox tablet thrice a day, Oxytocin 50 mg (to be taken 30mg in morning and 20mg at night). Eye drops include Pred forte 4-6 times a day, brimo twice, Dortas-T thrice and homide twice.
Now since I have been taking Diamox regularly for 2 weeks now, my BP has drastically dropped to 60-65, which is very worrisome for me. I have even lost 2 kgs of weight over these 2 weeks, started feeling very weak. I just need to ask if the taking this medication for 2-3 more weeks (as said by the doctor) will have any permanent adverse effects to my health? (I went to my physician also, he said the effects shouldnt be permanent as such, but the medication is indeed strong). Secondly, is this the right way to go? I mean waiting for the injury to heal itself(as he said when the injury gets healed, the pressure will come to normal, the priority here is keeping the pressure of the eye low).