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Have cervical epideral. Flashing circular lights. Emergency detached retina surgery. What is the problem?

I received a cervical epideral c-7 t-1 i believe. That night i had flashing lights and brite flashing circular lights in both eyes. an eye doctor who several years previous dialated my eyes and looked and stated i hadblood in both eyes. I aprox. three weeks later had to have emergency detached retina surgery. What do you think the problem might have been and do i dare receive any more cervical epiderals? YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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I THINK YOU MUST CONSULT YOUR EYE SPECIALIST TO GET YOUR RETINA CHECKED BEFORE GING FOR MORE EPIDURALS.CERVICAL EPIDURAL CAN WAIT YOU CAN GO AFTER YOUR CHECKUP BUT IF RETINA IS AFFECTING IT CAN GIVE YOU MORE TROUBL
GET YOUR RETINA CHECKED AND BE SURE ABOUT YOUR RETINA POSITION BEFORE GOING FOR FURTHER EPIDURALS FOR YOUR CERICAL PAIN
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