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    Back on Columbus Day our 7 yr old English bulldog had a left lens luxation and we took him emergently for a TRALL procedure and got the lens back in place. Friday the right one did the same and we got that one fixed to. He is now on latanaprost 3 times a day forever. My question is have any other members had the same issue and if so what was the outcome and treatment? Also did any of the lens luxate again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrestlingbulls View Post
    Back on Columbus Day our 7 yr old English bulldog had a left lens luxation and we took him emergently for a TRALL procedure and got the lens back in place. Friday the right one did the same and we got that one fixed to. He is now on latanaprost 3 times a day forever. My question is have any other members had the same issue and if so what was the outcome and treatment? Also did any of the lens luxate again?
    @oscarmayer any input?

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    I have had no experience with this issue, thankfully.

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    I also have no experience... sending healing prayers! Keep us posted
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    I have no experience with this, but I have heard of it being heriditary(genetics) or if glacoma is involved. Sorry I can not help,but sending best wishes for a good outcome.
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