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It is possible that the macular edema is fluctuating in severity. You say drops didn't work. It might be worth anot...
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I would see an ophthalmologist first for a complete exam, which should include gonioscopy (to check the anterior cham...
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If you had idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH) (pseudotumor cerebri) from acne medication, it is possible to h...
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Sorry, Cristina: I clicked too soon! Try to ignore the floaters if possible. In other words, do not look for them ...
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These floaters are likely permanent unless they are removed by vitrectomy. However, vitrectomy is serious surgery an...
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Eye strain such as at a computer will not cause the vision in one eye to be blurry. You need to see an ophthalmologi...
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Probably not, since the phacoemulsification handpiece still has to be used to aspirate the cataract. A potential adv...
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I apologize, but I do not understand your post. What is your question?
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Since everything looks good with no recurrent detachment, hemorrhage, or fluid, it is possible that the area you are ...
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See other answer. Obtain safety glasses ASAP!
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