@rosemarya, @hopeful33250 Thanks for your concern for my surgery which was Jan 30, and which went well with the exception of being bumped on my left eyebrow with the head halo that’s used to keep the head still during the procedure. Not sure which team member was the culprit as I was already mildly sedated. I was aware that something had happened and was in pain. There was no ice pack applied or anything. The surgeon wasn’t in the surgery bay at the time. After the procedure, someone told me they would annotate my record. At any rate, all seemed well for about 3 days and then I began to have weird sensations… ringing in my ears, headache, bruising at the corner of my eye, erratic blood pressure and unsteadiness on my feet. Went to the ER where a CT and labs were done. Those seemed normal but the dr there told me I most likely had a mild concussion and to follow up with my primary care doctor. Did that on Tuesday and she too thought I had all the symptoms of a concussion. I had a follow up with surgeon today. The cornea is clear and eye pressure is lowering. Went upstairs to the surgery center and signed a request for a copy of my records, but the administrator who is in charge of such wasn’t in today and will call me tomorrow. Signed a release so they could get a copy of the CT scan report from the ER. Not having had a concussion before, have no real info except what I found via google and some reputable medical sites. All the symptoms could clear in as little as a few days, a few months or even a year. The older one is, the longer healing takes. I’m upset and have some mild depression. At least my vision is improving and hoping the other symptoms heal sooner than a few months or a year. 🙂 Will keep you updated and thanks again for your concern.