An intravitreal injection is a shot of the medicine into the eye. The inside of the eye is with a jelly-like fluid known as vitreous. During this technique, doctor will inject the medicine into the vitreous fluid, which is near to the retina at the back of the eye. This medicine will cure certain eye problems & will also helps to protect the eye vision. Before starting this procedure discuss with your doctor about
Any health related problems
Medicines you have taken, including any over-the-counter medicines
Any bleeding tendencies
The procedure takes about 10 minutes.
Drops will be introduced into your eyes to widen (dilate) the pupils.
A small device will keep your eyelids open throughout the procedure.
You will be advised to look toward the other eye.
Medicine will be injected into the eye with the help of a small needle. You may feel pressure, but there will be not pain.
Antibiotic drops will be injected in your eye.
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