logo6

Retinal Detachment

  • CML
  • CML's Avatar Offline
  • Posts: 12
  • Thank you received: 0

Replied by CML on topic Retinal Detachment

Posted 09 Jun 2014 11:38 #1
They don't check behind your eyes before surgery. Best thing to do is check with an independent ophthalmologist.
Last Edit:09 Jun 2014 11:48 by CML
  • admin
  • admin's Avatar Offline
  • Posts: 1160
  • Thank you received: 153

Replied by admin on topic Retinal Detachment

Posted 02 Jun 2014 12:37 #2
Alison, please contact me with your phone number: info@opticalexpressruinedmylife.co.uk
:kiss:
by admin
  • Alison

Retinal Detachment was created by Alison

Posted 02 Jun 2014 12:28 #3
Hi, I had surgery 5 years ago with an enhancement 3 years ago.

I've suffered with dry eyes since the surgery with my eyes burning if I open them too quickly when I wake up.

Last year I started to get blurred vision in my right eye but I'd just had a baby and moved house so going to the optician was put off.

Last October I passed a local Optical Express and went in for an eye test. I was told I needed to go to the hospital as my retina was detaching.

I went back to the opticians in January as I feared my left eye was also regressing. I was told I had 20/20 vision.

In March I decided to go to Vision Express who were my opticians before the surgery. I was told my prescription in -.75 and -1.50. I can barely see out of my right eye and what I can see is very blurred.

Has anyone else had retinal detachment after surgery? Is surgery a contributing factor or am I just unlucky?

I'm devastated by this and having wasted £4000.
Last Edit:02 Jun 2014 12:35 by Alison
Moderators: admin

OERML & My Beautiful Eyes Foundation rely on your support to expose the horrors of this unregulated industry.

Your help is very much appreciated!

Amount