Tagged with eye health

Detached Retina Problems — Still Not Over

This post is not a substitute for consulting your physician. Eye care is critical as we age, and retina health figures in prominently. I am aging some in-depth experience in retina treatments. After a vitrectomy in each eye, I hoped that I was finished with retina problems. I was thrilled with my new vision after … Continue reading

Understanding My Aging Eyes After My Detached Retina

I’ve written several posts about eye medical care (post on cataracts – posts on detached retinas). Sometime soon I will share a bit more about my experience with cataract surgery — mine occurred several weeks ago. Recently I discovered a terrific eye education resource. If you are trying to make sense of the medical health of your … Continue reading

Detached Retina: After My First Surgery

My recovery from detached retina surgery seems to be pain-free, but it is arduous, given the need to maintain certain positions for long periods of time. As a person ages, holding these positions must be increasingly difficult. The Sunday morning surgery took place at a local hospital — where the surgery prep and recovery spaces … Continue reading