Diplopia and double vision have exactly the same meaning.
True double vision is allways caused by the eyes being misaligned.
Some people she outlines of letters of objects just out of one eye. That is called "ghosting"
I have to bother you again with a recent problem with my left eye.
1 week after the surgery i have high eye pressure due to the face down position. At that moment my eye pressure was 25. My doctor give me Timolol and check up after a week. However my eye pressure was 26 on the check up date. He prescribed Azopt to use with Timolol for 3 weeks and told me to stop using Trobadex. I have a check up 3 days later and my eye pressure was in normal range. I stop using Timolol 3 days ago and since then when i wake up in the morning, my eye was very red. I use Azopt and the redness gone. I don't feel pain but just a little bit discomforts.
I contacted my doctor but he is on vacation and unreachable at the moment.
Should i be worried? Is this possible that i have developed glaucoma?
Retina surgery is not like cataract surgery where most cases are pretty much the same and generalizations can be made. You need to ask these questions of your surgeon. However computer work will not damage either eye.
Thank you so much i wilk follow your advice and see another doctor for better consideration.
I want to update about the dark area previously mentioned. Apparently it has been fading. It become smaller and less dark. I hope it will completely gone soon.
And also about resting after the surgery. It has been almost 4 weeks and now i don't feel much discomfort anymore. I still wear eye patch during the day to avoid excessive light. I want to ask your advice about coming back to work. I don't want to rush thing. I work with computers so i don't think i can handle the amount of work like before. Before the detachment, i have very high myopia (-23 left and -9 right). Also 1 week after the surgery, i have high eye pressure due to the face down position. I have take azopt and timolol since and it works.
How long should i rest before going back to work?
Only a retina Eye MD that has looked in your eye can tell you that answer. You can consider a second opinion from a different retina ophthalmologist.
Thank you for your answer.
My doctor also suggest that i have 360° laser for my other eye to prevent it from detach. Is it a good idea? I already have laser 5 years ago (for small hole) on both eyes.
Yes it is possible for the retina to re-detach with silicon oil or air or gas in the eye. If both ophthalmologists could see well into the eye and told you the same thing that is likely the case in your eye. use the search feature and archives and read all the posts by people with RD surgery, gas and oil in the eye. its very stressful, slow healing process.