I feel like I'm "Two-Faced" through my eyes.
**I have a hard time looking people in the eyes, I feel like "two-faced" through my eyes, and I feel like it reflects in my personality.**
You should see an ophthalmologist as soon as possible. You should have seen one when you had the original original injury. You may have multiple problems including neglected orbital blow out fracture and displaced orbital rim fracture, traumatic iridoplegia (pupil problem), and possible retinal damage or detachment.
ok.... well now.. I printed this conversation and showed it to my walk-in clinic doctor. He then emailed it to the opthalmologist that I have an appointment with on September 14th.
I've tried make an appointment to see an opthalmologist for earlier than sept 14th but the walk in clinic and the opthalmologists' office have told me that only once it has gotten bad enough can i go see an on-call opthalmologist at the hospital and that they can't get me in any sooner than that. At what point in size, compared to my other pupil, is this serious enough to go to the on-call doctor at the emergency hospital? And what else do I need to look out for in my eyes to make sure that it doesn't become irreversible? --Thank you in advance for your time. Three months to me with a pupil that becomes twice the size of the other is something that i have a hard time waiting for because I don't know how to judge how bad it may become.
There is no way I can tell if waiting will cause any more problems given how long its been.However since you have so much mental angst you might try the ER route. I know that most of our Canadian posters say its impossible to make things happen quickly in the health care system.