• 1 month ago

    Retinal Detachments

    Hello, my name is Peter, I am 22, and I've had a retinal detachment for about 6 years now. I've had 6 surgeries (plus one cataract) to fix my detachment. But unfortunately they failed. I lost vision in my right eye, and my first doctor told me that the retina is attached, but because I had so many surgeries, the scar tissues won't permit me to see. But recently, another doctor told me that the eye is completely detached (which explains why I can't see). He told me that I shouldn't do anymore surgeries on it. But my question is: is there a chance of being able to see out of that eye again? And also, can organ transplants not work? Because since the retina is a part of the eye, shouldn't an organ transplant fix the issue?