So be sure you protect your remaining eye from injury and disease. Live a healthy live and take care of yourself physically.
There is a book, now out of print called "A Singular View: The Art of Seeing With One Eye" by Frank Brady. He was a pilot that lost an eye. It is an excellent resource for someone suddenly doing without an eye. You can buy it on Amazon it is pricey but I have used it for patients over the years and believe you would feel the expense worth it. Here is a link:
Did you have a ocular melanoma? Such changes in the remaining eye are not normal. Hopefully your remaining eye has been examined by both your personal ophthalmologist and the ophthalmic surgeon that removed the eye.
If the problem persists I would ask your personal physician to refer you to a retina specialist for another opinion.
I had my right eye removed. Sorry about the typo. LOL
Yes I did. And both docs examined it and found nothing. I'll take your advice and keep looking for an answer. Thanks
Thanks doc. Protective glasses are always on, the cancer didn't spread and I have a great oncologist that will keep a good eye me (pun not intended). LOL
I've lost 25 lbs and have another 20 to go. I'm eating better and plan to get to working out again after my surgery is better healed.
I have that book and have used it as part of my rehab. I'm in a good place other than this blurriness. Thanks again for the great advice.
Okay so here's some free advice: Keep working on a great diet, get to a healthy weight and then stay there, weigh yourself daily, watch your blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugars (A1c test). No nicotine or cannabis, no more than 1 glass of wine except on special occasions, protect your skin and eye from ultraviolet light.