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Thank you for the information regarding nasal medications. I had cataract eye surgery in January, and my vision was great. I suffer from allergies and when the weather changes I start having problems with nasal congestion, so I use Neo-Synephrine which works great for me. When I returned to the eye doctor for after-surgery check-up, I didn’t pass the eye tests, so the eye doctor who couldn’t figure out the problem, sent me to a retinal specialist. I went today and after a few tests, he concluded that I had inflammation of the retina and prescribed Durezol Ophth Emulsion eye drops. I am to see him again in two weeks. Now I will share your information with both doctors. I added two and two and think probably that is my problem. Again, thanks.