Macular oedema: Fluid and protein deposits collect on or under the macula of the eye (a yellow central area of the retina) and causes it to thicken
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I have recently had cataract surgery on R eye. Vision very blurry and cloudy. Had YAG procedure done 1 week ago. No change in vision. Today was diagnosed with cystoid macular edema in R eye. Treatment: Ilevro (insaid) and Durezol (steroid). Question: I take Eliquis. Could this drug be causing my blood vessels in macular to be compromised and cause some leakage? Would appreciate any feedback...thanks....lightseekr
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