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My eye pressure is six in one eye after surgery. I was told there is nothing I can do to raise the pressure. Is this true?
It depends on why your pressure is six. Sometimes the pressure is low from a leak in the wall of the eye. This can be repaired. At other times, the eye is producing too little fluid and medications or surgery can enhance aqueous production.
Answered by: James M. Heltzer, MD
Categories: Eye Surgery
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Answered: Sep 08, 2013
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