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Do you feel my situation is urgent or are the floaters likely to pass?
It sounds like, if you now have a flairup of your uveitis, that it is in the back of your right eye (vitreous) and not your anterior chamber.
My eye was just examined a couple of weeks ago, and was clear. I have never had this dramatic of episode. Should I be using the prednisone
I would start the steroid eye drops every 2 hours. However if, as I suspect, the majority of your inflammation is in the vitreous, the drops will not adequately treat this flair. You will probably require a steroid injection around (peribulbar) or inside (intraocular) your eye.
It has worked to control my uvie for two years, first one eye then the other each a couple of times. I am positive for HNLA b 25?
As a retina specialist I treat these issues all the time.
HLA B27 most likely....
Can I wait 5-6 day before I am home or should I seek help in Malaysia, I have an appt with THE specialist in Miami on the 17th
There is also the slight possibility that your symptoms are from a retinal detachment....if you can be examined sooner that would be great.
No. See someone right away....
But, as an aside, you are in excellent hands at Basom Palmer....
Sorry you are so far from home....
HLA 27 may be the root cause, OK will find a specialist on this side of the world.
Ok. Best of luck. Let me know how things turn out.
Yes Bascom Palmer has helped tremendously
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You kind of confirmed what I suspected, bye