Retinal Haemorrhage from of Left EyeOn 07.11.2015, 19.30 hrs while watching TV, suddenly blurred vision has been noticed from left eye. By covering right eye & watching with left eye, the image on TV was complete blue & with right eye it was normal. On second day, vision has been completely blurred & vision brightness as compared to right eye is less. After pathological investigations, doctors have declared the retinal hemorrhage or might be clotting in the veins or occlusion in the veins of retina. There are no pains, inflammation in left eye.
MY BP is normal (78/112). Blood Sugar (98.5/128.4, Lipid Profile is within limit.Eye Ball pressure is also normal (L-13.6 & R-11.9). Vitamin B12-869.9, Vitamin D3-43.34. The vision is completely blurred as some cloud is ahead of my left eye. Doctor has advised to take 1/2 Diamox Tablet twice a day, Neypac & Iotim-B eye drop, 1 drop thrice a day for five days. If there would not be any progress, they might be advised to take injections in the left eye. Please suggest proper medicines. Also I had history of Chronic Bronchitis for which I have been taking Montair 10 mg, Astalin 4mg, Derryphylin Retard 300 mg.
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