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Retinal tear and floaters
Barrage laser had been done on my left eye 2 years back ,in which i have some retinal tears.. and afterwards i routinely get them checked up but my eyes have become sensitive to light (i cud not even comfortably work on computers) and the number of floaters have increased significantly. Plz Suggest wat to do
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Floaters are due to vitreous degeneration and can occur after some retinal surgery. But as you are telling that you have photophobia and increased floaters you should definitely get your fundus ( retina) examined to see for any tear or detachment if any, and get the treatment accordingly.
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