Wilmotmather@yahoo.com.au

by Wilmot mather
(Sydney, australia)

I had a left eye cataract surgery last October & right eye last Nov but 4 months after, I still have the inflammation & my eye Dr wanted me to resume taking the anti-inflammatory drops(prednefrin) asked Dr whether its normal & he said yes. I am worried though. I am 61 with a history of cholesterol & high blood pressure issues. Could my having stopped taking pressure tablets since the operation be a reason? Will any kind person give me some advice please? Thanks, Wilmot. 0061 98376359. 0061423157518.

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by: Anonymous

Hi, I don't think you need worry about having to extend the time for the drops. I, too, had to use them for some time after the surgery, and I have normal pressure. I have other issues, but they are not related to pressure. Good luck, and try not to worry.

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