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are these intact vessels that are just larger/wider or is an area of blotchy redness/blood?
Also, what is the name of the eye drops you are using?
I was having problems accessing your answers. I had sent some emails telling you that when I clicked onto the link "View your Answer", I could not find your answer for the longest time. I guess there was some kind of connectivity problems. I would like to continiue now that I have finally accessed this. I could not access your answers until now.
So I should stop using all eye drops "that get the red out" and just use preservative artificial tears? I admit that I have never used the "artificial tears" before. Can I just get them at the pharmacy like the anti-red eye drops?
This is a relief to know that the white area of my eye has not incurred permanent damage from that plate. I was hoping my doctor was not just acting dismissive when she told me that my white eye are would be alright when I told her about the red blood vessels appearing there after the treatment using the plates on my eyes.
So to reiterate; my white area of my eye will be alright and there is no permanent damage? It was quite white before this treatment and I have been so scared that this has been permanent damage that I have had trouble sleeping. Is there a general time frame for how long this will "heal"? Its almost a month. I had the treatment done on Dec. 2nd. January 2nd will be a month.