Hi. I'm online and happy to answer your question today.
Do you know what type of anesthesia you had for your surgery? Did you get an injection behind your eye?
no, it was a gel
It is unusual to have slight double vision after cataract surgery. In the day
days of retrobulbar injections (which you didn't have) this was the cause. In your case it could be from the muscle being stretched to position your eyeball or sometimes even the instrument that held your eye open during surgery.
At this point, I'd not worry about it too much. There is a very, very good chance that it will resolve on it's own.
Does this make sense to you?
And does the water really spin the other way when it goes down the drain on your side of the planet? :-)
time will hal? i am to have the same procedure on my right eye next wednesday should i go ahead?
It goes clockwise here.....
yes to the water question.
I would mention it to your surgeon and get her opinion but I do not think there is any need to postpone surgery on your second eye because of this....
it does not spin on the equator.
That really is cool when you think about it.....
yep. thanks for your thoughts the eye problem
My pleasure...thanks for the information on the water spinning issue, mate!
Best of luck on your next eye...
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