I performed a surgery in my left eye but the surgery did not worked as I have pterygium but the doctor did not performed an autograft surgery.So it recurred again and now the pterygium has covered my pupil and i have a blurred vision.
What Can I do? I know I have to perform surgery again but I am fearful if it grow again.
I can't see properly by my left eye. I am craven now.
Please give me a solution.
Thanks for your Question
Unfortunately there is no cure for pterygium other than surgical removal. There are certain steps should be taken by your eye surgeon to reduce recurrence rates of pterygium. Surgical removal of Pterygium without conjunctival graft, amniotic graft or anti-metabolites has high recurrence rate.
Corneal scar that is caused by pterygium can be treated with Anti-metabolites such as Mitomycin and sometimes lamellar keratoplasty is required to improve vision.
You should discuss these options with your eye doctor.