Thanks, but I surgeon told me that he will use the silicone oil the moment he examined me for the first time (less than a day after I had the detachment). At that time, the detachment was not complex, it was just in the upper right corner of the eye, but later the progress right before the surgery was rapid (I do not know why).
One thing to note is that the vision before I undergo the surgery was very bad and annoying (there was a black curtain from the bottom and the right sides of my eye); the rest of the vision was very foggy. When I saw the doctor for the first time the day after the operation, he was surprised due to the level of detachment I had just prior to the surgery (he told me this probably was due to the gravity action or so).
I need to know that if 68 hours have passed after I had the detachment is good or bad thing. And what if the macula was detached, but for a short time (hours), what will happen.
one more note, the objects (especially spot likes) look very distorted when I look at them and so are everything. Is this due to the operation or the dilated pupil? Also, I am afraid that the nerves of the pupil are damaged owing to the operation and it will not constrict back again.
Further, I need to know the chance that RD might happen in the left eye because I mainly depend on my left eye even before the surger (it was much stronger than the right eye); I use to to catch the very fine details. How can I avoid such a thing.