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I've had a macular pucker, or epiretinal membrane, in my right eye for three years now, after a posterior vitreous detachment. For the past year it has gradually caused a distortion in my vision, only in that eye - wavy lines and also a difference in image size between my two eyes. This has caused double vision, which is more noticeable when I read or watch television.
I have been offered a vitrectomy when I want it - the consultant said it was up to me. This will remove the membrane, but I am concerned about this double vision. Will the operation also cure that? Or will this difference in vision be something I just have to live with?
I'd be interested to know if anybody has had this condition and also the vitrectomy.
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