Dark Eye After Cataract And Pterygium Operations?
In the afternoon, my mother finished eye surgery on 27 February 2019 because there was a cataract and flesh growing around the cornea of the eye to the end of the eye near the bridge of the nose, after exiting the operating room the vision had become dark until now, that’s how
Good evening Nova, thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.
Reading the complaints felt by your mother, there are several possibilities that cause these complaints such as:
Postoperative vision recovery has not yet been recovered. Retinal detachment (ablatio retina) The lens implanted during cataract surgery is detached from the eye nerve damage. Bleeding in fluid in the eyeball and several other possibilities. the situation returns to the eye specialist who performed surgery on your mother to be re-examined about the condition of your mother's eyes, is it because it is still in the process of recovery or because of other abnormalities that have recently occurred in your mother's eyes.
For now, it is strongly recommended to continue to obey every instruction your mother doctor regarding eye care and also the use of post-operative drugs because these two things are very supportive to help ensure that the eye that has undergone surgery has a complete healing and does not experience infection or other complications that can worsen the condition of your mother's eyes. Your mother can continue to carry out her activities as usual, but avoid temporarily to lift heavy objects, exercise or straining too tight. Regarding food and drinks also your mother can consume any food without restrictions, but still consider whether there are certain foods that are not allowed to be consumed by your mother due to other illnesses outside the post-eye surgery.
I hope this helps.