The Eyes Stand Out And Cannot Glance After Knee Ligament Surgery?
Hello good evening, I want to ask. In the middle of last October I had an accident that caused a femur, a broken left cheek. And my knee ligament is damaged 3. After my left thigh and cheek surgery last October. My eyes are normal, there are no symptoms of eye damage. It’s just that my eyes are always red. But when I did ligament surgery in early January, my eyes suddenly began to bulge and eventually my eyes could not be used to glance to the left. Even now you can’t see straight and squint. Every look straight, always shaded that makes my head dizzy. According to the doctor it has something to do with the operation I experienced? (During the operation there was a broken metal device in my leg. And until now the fracture is still in my leg. Is that also possible?) Thank you
Hello, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Reading your complaints, these complaints will generally not be caused by any surgery performed on the ligaments, leg bones or broken metal tools that you mentioned are on your feet because all the actions taken and the tools used will almost never cause eye damage or other organs located far from where the surgery was performed.
However, complaints to your eyes are very likely due to injuries that have occurred on your left cheek, and may also be caused by other conditions that cause injury to the nerves that move the eyeball, injury to the muscles of the eyeball that serves to glance to the left, injury to the visual nerve or increased eye pressure (glaucoma).
Therefore, to find out the cause of complaints in your eyes at this time, it is advisable to check these complaints further to the ophthalmologist for a thorough evaluation of the condition of your two eyes, especially those that feed complaints. After being evaluated, then you can determine what causes it and what therapy should be given for your current complaint.
It is strongly discouraged from taking medication or using any eye drops / ointments without clear instructions from your eye doctor. Do not do any massage or any action to force improvement in the condition of your eyes on your own decisions or the advice of others who are not doctors. In addition, keep consuming the drug and do all the advice given by the doctor who performed your leg surgery.
I hope this helps.