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Discomfort from gas between shoulders, nothing bad just did not expect that. Waiting for the surgery was worse then the surgery...Best of luck to you!
I had a cataract in one eye only but I chose to have cataract surgery in both my eyes. My post-surgery distance vision in the eye without the cataract is at least as good as my best-correct vision was before surgery. I've never had a problem with my IOLs.
I have had this pain for almost 6 months, and it seems to continue to worsen. I have even tried steroid shots in my neck. So, they are suggesting I have surgery before any nerve damage gets worse or becomes irreversible. I was wondering if anyone with a similiar condition has had surgery and if it worked. It will be quite expensive, but I would rather be in a lot of pain then do something that is so expensive and it not work. Anyone?
Yet, it never dawned on me that I would NOT see as well WITH GLASSES ON AFTER cataract surgery - then what I could see BEFORE SURGERY! Even the names... RESTORE and REZOOM were subtly implanted, (no pun intended!) in my mind. So, finally, here is my question... I wonder if anyone has ever been ALLERGIC to these, or any lens used?
he is always in his laptop for playing games .. and also not eating any kind of vegetables.. now he his having +3.0 power and going to wear specs. can we remove the specs after curing? how long it will take him to be fully cured? what he should do to be allright?what kind of food shoul he take?
I have also gone to see my doctor (not eye doctor) and she does not know what it is, but mentioned it might be from having laser surgery on my cheeks and chin for the removal of tumours. But the dermatologist did not get near my eyes during the procedure. I have tuberous schlerosis, but I don't think that that has anything to do with the eye pain I have, because I have never had this problem with my eyes before. Do you know what I have? Do you know what I can do to reduce the pain I'm feeling?
Just finished a follow up exam after cataract surgery in both eyes. 3 years ago I had a Rezoom iol put in my right eye and last year a Restore in the left eye. I am 65 now and attribute the cataracts to 25 years of skippering a small sail boat with photo-grey lenses. I had a -2.00 correction in each eye and a .75 astigmtism correction in one eye. After a year - with no problems along the way - I was 20/20 in both eyes at distance.
I wear compression shorts only while playing games. I have noticed these spots for about a week now and they seem to be lessening a bit or staying the same. I have Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream USP 0.1% (Triamcinolon)-(Steroid cream..?) which was originally prescribed for mosquito bites. Should I use that cream on them? I also have Lupin 203 (Cefuroxme 250MG) (antibiotic...?) for my acne.. which i rarely have now. What should I do? I need help.
I had PVD happen a few days ago and I'm not happy about it but there are a few docs who will do laser surgery to zap the blobs. This is safe and effective unlike vitrectomy. The Doc is in VA... I am going to wait 6 weeks to make sure it doesn't do anything else. I believe I caused it by straining!
What about eating those stuff mentioned above? Do they help at all? Do you mean that my eyes can only get worse when I'm 18 or so?
Could you read anything on the close up eye chart at the 1 week after surgery follow up visit? Did you use the eye exercises (word games)? Did they improve your close up vision? How long was it before you noticed an improvement? At the 1 week follow up visit, I could not read anything on the reading chart. My Dr. says that at this stage, the likelihood of getting full accomodation is not likely and that with exercise, partial accommodation is possible.
This is what I had implanted in my eyes: Left eye: 12.0D Restor SN6AD1 and right eye: 12.50D Crystalens HD520. Both IOL's were targeted @ -0.25D, but achieved plano. My right eye was done 6 weeks ago and my left eye 2 weeks ago. The Restor and CL HD are the latest products available. The Crystalens HD (CL HD) is clearer than the Restor, which is tinted (slightly yellow). My clearest vision is as follows: - 1 to 2 ft vision is best with the Restor - 2 to approx.
I just recently had a major surgery for something called Nutcracker Syndrome. This Syndrome results most commonly from the compression of the left renal vein between the abdominal aorta (AA) and superior mesenteric artery (SMA), although other variants exist.[1][2] The name derives from the fact that, in the sagittal view, the SMA and AA (with some imagination) appear to be a nutcracker crushing a nut (the renal vein).
There are no drops that will make it go away and rarely is surgery indicated or even covered by insurance. To keep the pingueculum small avoid sun exposure or/and proctect the eye (hat/sunglasses) and do not use tanning booths. Contact lens can cause them and make them bigger. If a person wearing contacts gets a pingueculum and it gets bigger or irritated it may warrant stopping contacts.
I do not have any disease and had a laser eye surgery to correct short-sightedness caused by TV and video games. I was good in studies and I have good IQ and reasoning capabilities. My concern is that my father requires regular dose of lithium carbonate to remain in control. None of my three aunts (father's sister) need medication because only one has very mild permanent symptoms of it and does not require medicine to control it.
I was told if I did not have the surgery I would be crippled and probably would not live long past the age of 30. The surgeon who did the surgery in Albany NY would not acknowledge my pain post recovery and once said that "I was the only patient of his that ever complained about pain from the rod". A few years ago he left the region without even referring me to a new doctor.
1996 was diagnosed with glaucoma and put on xalathan drops. Been maintaining ever since. Had laser surgery last year and haven't been on drops since, even though he wanted me to trial test trusopt, I was unable to see him the next two visits I had with him, and no one told me to stay on them. So I didn't. Had field tests, and Hrts were to be the next possible test. Regular maintenence to continue.
Also, my Dr. says that I will need a laser procedure to clear the right eye, which is starting cloud. 1. How do you know that the eye muscles just aren't working? How long do you use the eye exercises (word games) to begin noticing an improvement? 2. What are the negatives about Crystalens in one eye and Restor in the other? My Dr. says you will see rings around headlights at night with the Restor. Except for not seeing the computer screen or reading, the Crystalens is perfect.
//www.methodsofhealing.com/files/2010/03/Home-Laser-Treatment-for-Wrinkles.jpg I am not exaggerating at all to scare you. Swear on my sister's grave this is what she looks like. She tans EVERY SINGLE DAY - even after having skin cancer removed twice! Yes, you heard me. Skin cancer, twice. Guess how old she is?? 46. Now at 14 I realize that may seem ancient to you. But if you do a little research or look at your relatives, no woman should look like this at 46.
Take your pain meds on a schedule. Please be well hydrated before you go into surgery. This will help with anesthesia and finding a good vein to start your IV. Sounds, like you have a very supportive DH let him support you while you are in the hospital. Make sure your nurse, doctor, anyone who comes in contact with your insicion washes their hands!!! You most definatly dont want a hospital born infection...!!!!
One of my parents is goig to need cataract surgery sometime in the near future and I was wondering which of the two multifocal implants has been met with the greatest patient satisfaction. I have personally seen the Restor lens implanted but have not yet seen the results from these patients at followup. I have not seen the Crystalens implanted not have I heard any patient testimonials. I was wondering if anybody has personally seen and/or managed both of these types of implants. Thanks.
Hi Sophia, I had cataract surgery on May 7. At the time of surgery I was a -22. in my right eye and no sight in my left due to detached retina in my early teens about 30 years ago. I struggled for more that 2 years with the decision until the cataract was really affecting my daily life. and it had gotten so dense that the dr could not see my retina very well at all anymore, which as you well know is vital for folks like us. I was referred to Dr Douglas Koch in Houston Tx .
USA Today reports Urologist in CA was shot on the 28th by patient after he had prostate surgery. Patient's symptoms were worse after surgery. Doctor specialized in Laser surgery. Stanwood Fred Elkus of Lake Elsinore was arrested following the Monday afternoon attack and held on $1 million bail, according to the county jail website. Elkus is suspected of killing Dr. Ronald Franklin Gilbert, 52, of Huntington Beach at the medical office in Orange County.
I'm also a 30 yr old male with dark vitreous floaters in every corner of my vision that I got from laser eye surgery 8 months ago. It's good to know there's other people out there with the same condition who can keep the whole thing in perspective. Do you have heightened light sensitivity from the large amount of floaters as well? I feel like there's a freakin halo around my vision when I'm watching tv in a dark room.
is that not how you understand it too. ------------------------------------------ No. IPL (not technically a laser) works deeper and more subtly. V-Beam (a laser) works more superficially and more dramatically. Less treatments needed with V-Beam but potentially more risky in the wrong hands. On the other hand, potentially better results. Last laser guy I saw recommeded 5-7 IPL treatments first and then he'd finish off any veins with V-Beam that the IPL missed. That would cost big bucks. LOL.
It's been almost 2 weeks since my laproscopic surgery, I have learned alot both from experiencing it and talking to ya'll here on the forum. Time to share, because just maybe somebody is about to go through the same thing and has questions or needs help. It would be great if everyone added their two cents and we will have a nice "what to expect when your expecting laproscopic surgery" list...lol 1. Don't be fooled, this is major surgery. You could be having body parts removed.
The fusion surgery is designed to decompress your spine and hold it in place. The laser surgery, which is slightly less invasive, just shaves off the protruding disc. Laser surgery should provide more instant comfort, as it's less invasive, but doesn't supply decompression of your spine. That's my understanding of the surgeries, I am not a surgeon.
I've heard about laser surgery, i dont know if that will work for you? I hope the epidural shots will relieve the pain for you. Are you about to get the epidurals soon? I had three of them, each epidural is two or three weeks apart from each other. I didn't tell you how the accident really happened. I was driving on the freeway in morning, heavy traffic.
but in the 111 days in the NICU he dint have any surgerys! just recently he had to have a laser eye surgery but my drs. keep tellling me thas not consider a surgery since its laser and they are not cutting anything...they call it a treatment...he eventually will need surgery down the line..but thas just to repair a ingunal hernia...which even FT babys can get...and its a very common surgery...so im sure hell pull of of it just fine! other that than...hes just a newborn baby...who sleeps and eat.
Since we didn't know what my problems were, for my surgery, they had real problems with me during the surgery. I haven't found a doctor to help me with the POTS yet. I reacted to all the beta blockers, florinef and a number of other heart meds. I recently moved and haven't even wanted to try to find a doctor. No one's helped me, so far and I really don't like doctors. I wish I could find an answer. I have alot more life to live and I'm not getting to do what I'd like to do.
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