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Ophthalmologists can’t see what we see. They like hard evidence of an issue, it’s hard for them to fully rely on subjective data, the patient report. My thought anyway. And even harder to justify surgery for something they can’t document by test or scan or observation. But my vitreoretinal specialist understood. Of course there are risks to surgery, for example, retinal detachment. Hence the need to trust your surgeon.

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Yes, Need to trust your Dr if not will not ever have faith in him at least my feed back I have dry eyes take Xiidra amazing they have worked very well not sure if winter but do not have dry eyes as much unless it is because im using xiidra BID

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