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Have infected virus injury, dryness, irritation, tears, headaches. Suggest?

Sir, Before 5 years my right side eye had infected virus injury. Right now my right side eye vision is 65%. Now my age is 31. If any possibility to improve my vision. Please sir tell me I met several problem like head ache, virus problem, dryness, irritation, continuous tears . I consult many doctors. Some doctors say not possible to improve vision. Some doctors say better you go grafting ( cornea replacement). This is safe or not. Please sir
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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corneal opacity usually develops after viral keratitis like herpes and it is one of the common causes of blindness. conrnea replacement (keratoplasty) by a cornea specialist will bring back your vision and you can go ahead with the surgery by an experienced person. in the mean time you can continue with a tear substitute eye drop
Answered: Wed, 10 Jul 2013
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