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Just had a horseshoe flap tear on my right eye repaired two days ago. Ever since, my vision to the left is a little weird, but I only notice it when I look to the right. It's like my nose grew and is sticking out into my field of vision or something. My retinal specialist said the scarring from the repair shouldn't cause any vision problems, but in another forum a lot of people have experienced something similar. My Dr said to call if I get a lot more flashes/floaters, or if I see a curtain. I can't say this looks like a curtain really, so I'm not sure what to think.
I did call the Dr's office yesterday and the nurse said since I was just in the day before and the retina was holding, I should be fine. They did offer to get me in to see a regular optometrist, since it was short notice, or they said I could wait until my two week follow-up with the retinal specialist. It's five hours of driving all together (2 1/2 hours eacy way), so I opted to wait for now and just see if it gets any worse.
I was wondering if anyone else had an experience like this? I was reading a forum earlier started by a person called Rose....., but I cannot find that discussion now.
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