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The message table was nice but will hurt your back after a while. The chair was not available in our area so this is a few tips I found to help out…If you have any …
How much paid did you have in your eye following the surgery. How long did it take for the hole to close? How long did you have go stay in the face down position. I have heard everything from one week to six weeks….I am freaking out. I am to have mine done 12/11 and am full of dread. I can take the eye pain but the head down thing might make go berserk…I am not at all use to staying still. Would appreciate any answers you have. Hope your surgery was successful. What kind of out come did you have
Thank you Ronny! I can't believe the hospital didn't provide more resources when my husband was told two days ago he needed the vitrectomy after the laser treatment didn't work. Great tips and we will try them all. How is your eye now?
Great tips! I also had macula pucker removed 1 month ago.Had to face down for a week and that was painful even with the massage table. The vision is still curvy plus there are couple of dark spots ( one in the central vision). Doctor says they will eventually go away so I keep my hope high. Good luck to your eye(s).
it's a habit since childhood that i can't control it.
when i sleep, i always roll and fall from the bed everynight,
end up in the morning with blood on my face from nosebleed.
my nose sometimes hit the floor so hard as i fall.
i did turn on my back in my sleep and my wife would wake me and tell me to turn over…i really don't understand how your falling? you might try putting your arms around your pillow
what if we roll while sleeping?
my nose is full of blood everynight
because i roll and fall from the bed.
yea it's a gray spot blocking most my vision in that eye i hoped it would just go away for a long time but its still there.
thank you for those tips….my sister in law is having surgery and I am researching tips to help her out – we do not have rental here either..
That was so helpful thank you. You've made us feel less alone. My father is about to have this surgery done, so I am researching how to handle the recovery period. It is very kind of you to post this. Very helpful tips.
@letty7285 your welcome i hate to hear that i hope she does good
Thank you for showing your tips. This is very helpful. My Mom will have surgery in both eyes. One eye at a time!
Thank you so much for your tips. There is so little out there to help people like us that have to go thru this!
i just took ibuprofen.i had to take 4 at a time at first. and your welcome for the video.
What did you do for the pain in your neck and back? Thanks for the vid!
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