Hi I'm 24 and had retina detachment surgeries in my left eye around 7 weeks ago. The doctor put some silicon sponge onto my scleral to help reattach the retina. I've done several checkups so far and surgeons had said my retina's back in place and so far so good.
But I still feel a bit uncomfortable and worried about my eye condition, since now I've got floaters in my left eye, and there's no sign of them vanishing. My doc just told me it's normal to have vitreous opacity after this kind of surgery... So I'd like to know, is it REALLY NORMAL to have those floaters after RD surgeries?
And I've also got flashes now and then in the left eye, suggesting there's still traction between the vitreous and retina. Is this traction due to the bad condition of vitreous (as my doc said, and he said nothing can be done to the flashed)? And is it possible it will get better in the futures/ any risk this traction will eventually pull off the retina again?
Please help me out... I don't dare to go back to my work as a software developer now due to the poor eye condition...