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Retinal detachment surgery done. Still having double vision. How long for clear vision?

Hi .. I have undergone a retinal detachment surgery for my right eye... It was a scleral bukling one. It has been 15 days since the surgery, but the vision is still isn t clear.. i see a doubling vision. . the redness of the is fading away. wanted to ask, by when the vision shall be clearer in the right eye ?? approx time frame... One more query... when can i reume my GYM workouts after the surgery
Asked On : Sun, 17 Jun 2012
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hello sir,
as you have undergone retinal detachment surgery you should not do gym work out after the surgery.
double vision is because during surgery , some ocular muscle is hooked to tie scleral band.
do not worry about double vision, it will be normal after some time.
vision after retinal surgery depend upon condition of macula, whether retina is attached or not. get your retina checked regularly for its attachment and macula
do not do weight lifting, breathing exercises
thank you
take care
Answered: Mon, 19 Aug 2013
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