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Had severe iritis cataract surgery laser treatment, have recurring cystoid macular edema. Suggest?

Hi Iv had several problems with my left eye due to a ceiling collapsing on me Iv had severe iritis cataract surgery laser treatment plus Iv recently had my second triamcinolone injection for a re occurring cystoid macular edema my left eye is getting more blurred & is constantly aching I m getting worried there may be more damage due to the initial injury please can u advise me on this
Asked On : Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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The condition of Iritis is usually a chronic problem for which you have to keep a watch and get your eye checked at least monthly by an eye specialist. For cystoid macular oedema also, you have to visit a vitre-retinal surgeon. Therefore, you should visit your eye surgeon very regularly as per his advice to prevent any further damage to the eye. Regular followup is very important and necessary.

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