Left Eye Vision Is A Little Shaded After Cesarean Section?
Hello, I just gave birth by cesarean section at 35 weeks of pregnancy because my waters have run out, high blood pressure and chicken pox. But after surgery, my left eye is a little bit shady if the right eye is closed. So it interferes with my vision. Why is that, huh? Please reply.
Hello, good evening, Miss Mi-chan.
Shadowed vision can be caused by several possibilities, including:
nearsightedness (myopia), which is a disorder of the ability to see at long distances
farsightedness (hypermetropia), i.e. impaired ability to see at close range
floaters, namely the shadows of small to large objects that seem to float in the eye. Floaters can be black dots, long rope shapes, etc. The causes of floaters can be due to old age, eye fatigue, bleeding in the eye (for example in the case of eye disease in people with diabetes), retinal tears (the nerve layer in the eyeball), and inflammation at the back of the eyeball.
glaucoma, which is an increase in eye pressure. Usually, patients with glaucoma experience glare when they see light, blurry vision, headaches, nausea, or even vomiting
trauma/injury to the eyeball
Until now, there are no studies that directly link the effects of SC surgery with blurry vision.
It is recommended that you consult an ophthalmologist. The doctor will conduct an excavation of complaints, general physical examination, detailed eye examination, and other supporting examinations if necessary, such as blood laboratory examination, ultrasound examination of the eyeball, ct-scan, etc. While waiting for your schedule to meet with your doctor, you can do the following suggestions:
Rest your eyes every 20 minutes after staring at the TV/laptop/HP screen
Reduce the intensity of staring at the TV/laptop/HP screen
don't rub your eyes
Do not play cellphones or read books in dark, too close, or even too bright lighting conditions as this can trigger eye muscle fatigue
That's all, hope it helps
Regards, dr. Denisa