Part time Leather Bender/Sheath maker
- Jul 9, 2000
It's my right eye. My left eye has very good vision, my right has always been something of a problem.
They DID tell me that I might see some improvement after a week, maybe two, and it would take 3-4 months to get back whatever vision I'm going to get. I'm just a bit worried about the blood in the eye right now. I was told to expect some floaters (it was surgery after all, there will be some blood), but this is like a jellyfish. I can only see it if I lie flat on my back, evne if on a pillow I won't see it, and it may just seem more than it is, because the rest of the vision is whited out like looking through a piece of Scotch tape, so I have a nice, white background to see it against.
Same eye as me. I've learned to shoot a pistol with either hand, but need to shoot a rifle left handed. For me it wasn't hard to do. My Eye specialist recommended that I get a pair or two of Safety Glasses and wear them all the time. He said that I don't have a spare eye so I should do everything I can to keep it safe. So I have 2 pair of shooting glasses, one Yellow tint the other dark grey and a pair of clear shop glasses along with Goggles. Definitely take care of your good eye!