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VilleVeik wrote:I'd say that all the kenalog floaters are gone now. My vision is almost as before, both near and far. No floater or frill. There's nothing. So far, a complete successful surgery. A perfect FOV. But still little blurry and I see halos around lights but I think it will be fully okay within the coming days or maybe a week.
But of course I don't know my IOP yet and if I'll get cataract later on but everything feels and looks fine, so I think there should be no problem. No pain or discomfort. I don't know if Dr. want me to write her name but I'll edit it if Dr. happens to read it and want it to be deleted.
For more than ten years I have constantly had this problem. Every day, all the time. No support, no guidance, no understanding. Nothing but a smile from eye doctors and the usual thing; you will get used to it. Your vitreous is clear and so on... I was so tired of it. Dr. saved my life. Thank you very much Duangnate Rojanaporn.
2017-06-14: I think I have to edit here. I saw the kenalog or the floaters now again. Strange, because I didn't see any floater during the whole day. Not even the tiniest one. But when I laid down, looked in the ceiling and talked with a friend on Skype I saw them. Maybe they sink to the bottom of my eye when I am not lying down. Can it be like that?
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At what IOP and duration does an eye begin to get damaged? How high is 25?
Can't find information. Anybody who knows?
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