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a small amount of pain is nothing to be worried about. The bubble he left in your eye should reabsorb fairly quickly and not cause any problems at all.
Hi. Welcome to the chat room. Glad to hear that the surgery went well.
There is really nothing you need to worry about outside of the things your surgeon told you to do and not to do in his post-op handout. I would refrain from rubbing the eye a lot.
I am also pleased that you can see bold print this soon after surgery, even with a bubble in your eye.....that is very good.
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would the vision improve alot more after the op
Hello Dr Rick
Did you recieve my latest questions
I had a follow up with my opthalmologist on thursday & he said i seem to be making progress.
He advised that i withdraw using the voltaren drops completely.He did say that i carry on with the voltaren drops twice a day & fucithalmic oinment at night time.
I still do have the floater in my eye which he said would still appear slightly as he removed part of the gel.My corneal graph is also ten months old.
Would my vision improve as the cornea settles with more time.
I noticed that that if i close my left eye,i cannot see to close to the objects on my left that are near me or close to the side of my left eye.
My opthalmologist did not check my retina on this visit but saw it a week ago & said that the retina was intact.
would my lense strengthen further with time as well.
The opthalmologist advise that i see him in 2 weeks time.
what are the complications or dangers that the opthalmologist wouls still be concern about if he would have seen me 4 times after the procedure in 1 month.
If i had to take a second opinion about my condition & surgeries performed thus far would a retinal or corneal specialist be the best bet.
i have purchased a pair of specs as well to read close up with my right eye.I also noticed that my focus weakens at times.is this normal.
I currently have steep cornea on my left eye,but i have been using a special soft lense to help me with comfort & vision.Would there be any dangers to my cornea if i defer the graph for long.my vision is a -24 but these lense help me drivs as well function at work
hello dr rick
i have seen my optrhalmologist last week about the progress of my eye & he has advised that i remove my bandage contact lense in 6 weeks time.
i find that when i read from a distance,i see a little blurry.would there any concern?
would my vision improve as time progresses.my corneal graph is also 10 months old.
the surgery with regards XXXXX XXXXX my ocular lense is also 4 weeks old.
i noticed that while driving my right eye was slightly hazy as well as dry.
i am currently on tobradex twice a day & fucithalmic ounce at night.
i find that i am still getting by well with my contact lense in the left eye which also has keratoconus.