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It can take anywhere from a few weeks to three-four months for blood in the eye to clear. However, despite that, it can take up to one year for some vitrectomies (depending on the reason for having the vitrectomy; usually the more complex the issue, the longer it can take) before the final vision is realized. Does that make sense?
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It helps to have a time frame for the resolution of this situation. Every morning, when I first wake up, I usually see a dark "drip" flow across my eye and then sort of "spread out" and disappear. When my head is upright the rest of the day, I never see any other dark spots except for some "floaters" from time to time. Is this dark "drip" blood that has pooled over night???