No anesthesia should not cause that problem after prostate surgery. However I would suggest you go see an Eye MD ophthalmologist to see what's going on. Use the search feature and seach "floaters" and "PVDs"
You're welcome and I hope the surgery is successful
tuesday i had strangulated umbilical hernia surgery,and now i can only see clearly even at distance through the reading part of my bifocals.It is now saturday,how long should I wait before seeing a Dr. and wich one/the surgeon or opthamologist?
Our eyes steadily loose focus power that occurs rapidly in our 40's and early 50's. The surgery will not make your eyes weak but often since you are weak they are less able to focus and its a good time to step up your glasses power. See an ophthalmologist.
hey! idk if everyone is still here but...i recently had surgery last year in July...and since then ive been having blurred vision...a few other symptoms.... looking white pale...as time went by it slowly went away....the only problem i have now is some fatigue..and still looking pale as hell....ive been to eye doctors and they did scanning and said i was all fine...can anyone help me...i think its related to anesthesia..is it permanent?.....will i get well? thank you to all that took the time to read, hopefully someone will respond ...btw its not really preventing me to do much but its really annoying and scary. thank you!
You should be seeing an Eye MD ophthalmologist. There are certain tests that must be done: 1. Amsler Grid test 2. Peripheral vision test (Visual field exam) 3. macular OCT. So unless you have seen Eye MDs and had those tests you have not been fully evaluated.
You should go for the Best Eye Doctor in Miami, if possible. If we talk about general anaesthetic. So, Pressure on nerves in the eyebrow area may cause a droopy eyelid. This is one of the reasons that your eyes are taped shut during procedures performed under anesthesia.