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told that I have got a propp in my right eye, what does this mean

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I have been told that I have got a propp in my right eye, what does this mean ?

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
What more information do you require ? I have glaucoma for which I use eyedrops, and I have tablets for blood pressure. XXXXX XXXXXson
Hi Stephen,

Thanks for that information. I am not sure what your doctor means when she told you that you have a "propp" in your eye. Could you check the spelling and/or get more information on what she means?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
I don't know what she means, I asked her if it was dangerous and she said that my own doctor should measuremy blood pressure and I have to go back to her in febuary.
I also don't know what she means. That is not a term that I have heard used in relation to eye disease or issues in the eye that could be related to high blood pressure.

The best I can suggest is that you ask her to better explain what she means or, even better yet, have a complete eye exam by an ophthalmologist (eye surgeon) to find out what might be going on. I don't think I would waste my time going back to her in February.....

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