Black half circles in eyes after cataract surgeryHello doctors,
I have gone through cataract surgery on my left eye in Apr,'08. When the eye sheild was removed the next day I started seeing a black half circle like this ( which edge is half circle in my left corner of my eye.If I turn my eye to the right it comes upto the left edge of my Irisand it's blocking my left corner vision.If I turn my eye to the left it hides in the left corner of my eye.Like this it's moving along with my eye and annoying my vision.It's not a floater.Again I got operated on my Rt eye same black half circle in the right corner of my rt eye.Same like the one in my left eye.So if I look straight my viison is like wihtin a(my vision) like this. My visison is narrowed like this if I look straight.I have under gone many retinal and neuro ophthalmological tests which came all negetive.The doctors are not able to find out what these( ) black half circle like thing in my vision.I doubt these are the incisions made to remove the cataracts but it's been 7 months after my 1st surgery.If it's an incision it would have gone by now. If any one knows about this Pl let me know.These black circles are not seen in my eyes.They are seen only in my vision.If there are any homeopathic remedies for this problem Pl let me know.
Blue sea on 2008-11-15
♡ gavinimurthy last decade
Reply form an ophthalmologist:
This sounds most like you are detecting the reflection from the edge of your lens implant.
If your pupil were smaller, it would be less noticeable although it is true it is likely it will seem less over time.
There are eyedrops which can make most pupils somewhat smaller and you may wish to try them. Ask your doctor to prescribe one of them if the above is the case
Blue sea last decade
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