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    Hemoraghing, behind eye
    easyed65 posted:
    I was told by mymOpthomologist at last visit that he saw Hemmorging behind my right I, he wqanted me to see a Specialist, but I was going out of town, he asked of my return and I told him 5 months, he said I could wait till then.
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    Alan M Kozarsky, MD responded:
    Any bleeding inside the eye needs attention. If you have known diabetes and have very small hemorrhages that are completely consistent with the diabetes, it may be understandable that there is no urgency. However, for all other causes, I would be making the visit to the specialist sooner rather than later.

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