Handling After Cataract Surgery?
In the morning I want to ask my father yesterday he just had a cataract operation he was 60 years old … Well from 4 o’clock in the morning until now he complained about his eyes and his head hurting … That’s normal or what it is … And what should I do
The emergence of headaches and around the eyes after cataract surgery is a fairly common complication. Although it can be caused by normal conditions due to surgical procedures, sometimes the complaint can be caused by more serious conditions such as inflammation of the eyeball (endophthalmitis) or post-operative infection so that the complaint should still be checked by a doctor to ascertain the cause of the complaint so that the appropriate handling steps can be given when necessary.
If the complaint is not caused by inflammation or infection, the doctor can prescribe anti-inflammatory or anti-inflammatory drugs if needed to resolve the complaint. However, if the complaint is caused by an infection then the doctor can prescribe antibiotic drops or take it and need to be evaluated regularly to ensure the healing process.
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