Surgery completed successfully, but terribly painful. Surgical Team seemed to use the rest of CIndy's face as a handy work surface, leaning on her mouth, pushing on her nose, nad whenever she told them they were hurting her, they gave her more drugs, but didn't stop. The eye itself is also in a lot of pain. She woke up weeping in the middle of the night.
The put in a band to keep the eye the right shape, drined the gel from behind the retinal detachment, put the retina back where it belongs, and injected a gas bubble into he eye to hold the retina in place while it heals. She has to keep her head pointing face-down as much as possible for a week.
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