Good Success With Jetrea

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K Says:

Three months after a vitrectomy in my left eye for treatment of a macular hole, I developed vitreal traction in my right eye. After much consideration I did agree to the Jetrea inj when vision started to worsen. I had the inj before a macular hole in the right eye developed. After near blindness within 24 hours of the inj and a three day light show, things greatly improved. Five days after the inj the OCT test showed the traction had released. Three months later I have nearly 20/20 vision in the eye. I am very thankful that it worked for me.

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Verwon Says:

Awesome! I am so glad that it worked for you!

Did you experience any of the other side effects that the FDA lists, such as heavy tearing, eye pain and dry eyes?

Has Jetrea worked for anyone else?

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K Says:

No, I did not experience excessive tearing or pain. Vision was limited the first 48 - 72 hours....scary during that time frame

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