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You need to go back to your ophthalmologist for a full dilated exam of your remaining eye. I would try to get into see her today......
There is a very rare condition that can cause problems with your remaining eye after one eye is removed called sympathetic ophthalmia. Here is a very good article from a highly respected source on this rare condition that you might find helpful:
In any case, since this is your only eye, you really need to get things checked out even though you had many eye exams done prior to your surgery.
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