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I have had two general anesthetics within three months. My

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I have had two general anesthetics within three months. My sight has deteriorated badly after the second general anesthetic. With the last surgery I had a pulmonary embolism, could this also contribute to the deterioration of my sight?
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A pulmonary embolism, in and of itself, would not cause decreased vision. However, it is possible that a clot could have gone to your eye in addition to going to your lung. If this was the case your vision would be affected.

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From what you have posted it is important for you to have a complete eye examination by an ophthalmologist ASAP.

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