Eyes Sensitive To Light After Laser Surgery For Glaucoma

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Nita Says:
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Can eyes become sensitive to light after laser surgery for glaucoma? How long does the sensitivity last? Are there any other side effects from laser surgery to eyes?



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Verwon Says:

Any procedure carries the risk of causing side effects. The FDA includes light sensitivity among them, as well as eye pain, stinging, and tearing.

Did your surgeon not provide you with any details on the possible side effects, or risks? Did they provide you with any special instructions for aftercare?

Are you on any medications? Can you please post back with more details, so I can research this more for you? Thanks!

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