Yellow/dim Vision After Jetrea

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Jean Says:
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I had an injection in my left eye 3 weeks ago for symptomatic VMT. I experienced flashes, swirls, clouds and moving shapes constantly for almost one week. The adhesion released and I am currently having yellow tinged vision that is sharp up close, but blurry and dim farther away. My doctor said that it may improve, but patients have told him that their vision is never exactly the same. Has anyone had a similar experience with this yellowing and dim vision, and has it improved. If so, how long did it take?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jean! How are you? I'm sorry about the problems you've experienced.

Those can be normal side effects of Jetrea, as listed by the FDA, you may also experience floaters, eye pain and dry eye.

However, I can't speak on personal experience, as I've never been on it.

Can anyone that has used it chime in?

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