Please seek professional medical advise. In this condition, Keratoconus, the corneal is like a cone instead of being like a smooth dome, this changes the vision dynamics and people end up with minus power.
You have undergone collagen cross linking,here the thinned out cornea is strengthened hoping that the progression of the keratoconus is reduced. At times after this procedure, patients can have blurring of vision and corneal scarring.
Please see a specialist unit that deals with Keratoconus. Some of the good hospitals are Narayana Nethralaya in Bangalore (https://www.narayananethralaya.org) which is one of the good hospitals in the country for keratoconus, The eye foundation (http://www.theeyefoundation.com) etc.
In patients with advanced keratoconus, 16-22% of them need corneal transplant surgery.
Innovative procedure like "Keraflex KXL' are also being tried where with a low energy pulse of microwave the cornea is shrunken to reduce the cone in the keratoconus.
#121/C Chord Road, 1st 'R' Block, Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore -560 010 - INDIA.
Sankara Nethralaya (Main Campus)
No. 41 (old 18), College Road,
Chennai 600 006, Tamil Nadu, India.
Telephone: +91-44-4227 1500, +91-44-2827 1616
Fax No: +91-44-2825 4180
This hospital has branches in other states, you can see one of the eye specialist near by to you and then get referred to the main unit
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