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I am sorry to hear that things have not gotten better yet.....I would have expected you to see at least some, if not a lot, of improvement by now.
I think it is time for you to have a complete eye exam by an ophthalmologist. While I still believe that the shield that the dermatologist put in your eyes should not have been able to cause any damage I think it would be best to see an eye MD to be sure.
Does this make sense to you?
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Dear Dr. Rick,
For some reason again, I had a lot of trouble finding your answer-I don't know why this keeps happening. I tried for about 20 minutes to find your answer but just kept seeing the question I typed. But could not find your answer until now. I am now reviewing it. I would have replied sooner if I could find it. I guess there is just some strange glitch on my end. I will review your answer and then reply and accept your answer. thanks.
I forgot to mention that the vessels did appear to be receding since we last corresponded on Dec. 22nd but were still there. However, today, I did put ice on my eyelids and this seemed to make the vessels swell on my left eye. Should I not have done that?
I do plan on visiting my opthamologist asap. Do you thinks its possible that this just might take several more weeks for the blood vessels to recede to their normal base? thanks.
Do you recommend that I ask my opthamologist about any special eye drops that would restrict these red blood vessels in my left eye?
Is this a really bad sign that the vessels are not fully back to normal or have you seen situations where it can take a good number of weeks? I promise I won't keep answering questions about this---I just need to know if there are cases like mine where it takes longer than normal. I am really scared.
I must admit this about aesthetic alone-I just feel ugly and self conscious with these vessels in my sclera. I am just hoping that I can get these vessels restricted back to their baselines so my sclera will look white again.
Anyway, thanks. I just want to have beautiful eyes again.