Alright, so I had a partial retina detachment in my right eye in May. The doctor got me into the hospital for surgery the day after I saw him, and I was told it was very close to a full detachment, which they believe was caused by horrible nearsightedness as well as a smack to the head earlier that day which may have pushed it all overboard.
Anyways, before the surgery (2 years before) I had lasix surgery. Since the gas bubble surgery for the retina detachment I can now see a little out of my right eye (as before it was almost pitch black). I can make out large fonts etc, but I cannot make out shapes on a 42" tv from over 10 ft away. Is this due to a cataract and would having surgery fix it? Or do I need to get some sort of glasses now with one perscription lens for the eye that had the detachment? Do I need to have lasix redone on it? Any info would be appreciated as this is becoming very frightening! (I am 24!)