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Old 10-23-2012, 09:29 AM   #1
Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: indore (madhya pradesh) india
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manukk HB User
peripheral lattices and holes in retina

i am a 28 years male with high myopia in both eyes ( -6D )
i was diagnosed with multiple lattices and holes in retina 6 years back and was adviced for laser to seal the holes and lattices..since i was apprehensive about complication of laser i din go for it.. a few months back i noticed litle increase in floaters in both eyes.. docs say that there is no pvd or tear right now..but adviced me to go for laser
please anyone help laser safe?? is there anyone who underwent laser for the same??
if i do not go for lasers..will i develop retinal detachment??
what are the chances of me getting an rd??
or should i wait for pvd to occur??
m confused..please help me.. this concern has taken a big toll on me..
is it normal to have little increase in floaters as we grow?

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