I had complications after eye surgery, and now the vision in that eye is grayer (less light) than the other eye and blurrier than it was before surgery. My doctor doesn’t say anything about it – when I ask questions, he says my retina isn’t swollen, but I get the feeling he’s not telling me everything. Does anyone know if this could be a problem with the retina? They took photos of it, but they didn’t do the kind of testing I’ve read about where you push a button when you see a light to determine nerve damage. Does anyone know how they test for nerve damage?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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