Hello, let me introduce myself briefly and tell you about the current situation.
My father's name is Peter, he is 67 years old, in 2017, in the spring, he woke up and realized that one eye could not see anything,
we urgently went to the hospital, where the diagnosis was "Complicated swelling cataract, retinal detachment"
had an operation, it didn't get better, they said to come for an examination after 6 months, while the eye could only see silhouettes,
at the examination, the doctors said that a relapse had occurred and a second operation was required, but this time to replace the lens of the eye !!!
I was shocked by the doctors, they assured me that now everything will be fine, while the operation was being carried out, the infection was brought into the second eye!
As a result, they replaced the lens of the eye and put in a temporary silicone (to support the retina). No further recommendations were made.
At the beginning of 2020, eye pressure began to rise in a healthy eye, flickering and clouding began, we urgently consulted a doctor,
and his answer just killed me, the doctor's answer: during the operation, another silicone (in composition) was installed and over time it began to strongly press on the retina of the eye,
in this regard, the pressure on the healthy eye has increased (which can provoke glaucoma), silicone replacement is required.
To my question, when the operation will take place, I was told that now it is not time for operations, the clinics are redesigned, come in October 2021! I was shocked
I consulted with a European ophthalmologist, he told me that the sooner we go to the clinic, the more chances we have to maintain vision,
as the doctor said, if you wait until the end of 2021, then the likelihood of loss of vision in both eyes is very high !!!
I got scared, the thought that my father would not be able to see his little grandchildren ...
The German doctor told me that their clinic is doing specialized operations, and they are ready to have the operation and restore their eyesight.
I ask for your help, any amount, large or small, will help my father regain his sight.
Thank you all not indifferent.