Currently, Shakib Al Hasan’s eye does not necessitate surgical intervention. Through regular and systematic treatment, individuals can participate in cricket. Following a consultation with an ophthalmologist in Singapore, Shakib decided to undertake a therapy that is classified as “conservative” or defensive. The BCB doctors got a communication from the ambidextrous all-rounder.
Shakib has been experiencing ocular issues since the World Cup. His rhythm was disrupted due to visual difficulties in tracking the ball. Despite the concurrent occurrence of national elections in the aftermath of the World Cup, optometrists made their presence known in the United States. Before the commencement of the most recent BPL, experts in the field of medicine in London discussed ophthalmic surgical procedures. The physician diagnosed the presence of a lesion in the retina of his left eye, which is causing him to have hallucinations.
Seek the guidance of a specialist in Singapore before making a conclusive determination. Following the examinations, he opted for a defensive course of treatment temporarily.
According to a report from BCB, Shakib is experiencing visual hallucinations as a result of a retinal issue in his left eye. That is, he perceives the distant ball as being close. The doctor stated that there was an error in the choice of injections.
Following Shakib’s two dismissals in the 2022 Test against India, Sunil Gavaskar remarked that Shakib is experiencing a visual impairment. Believing the ball to be nearby, he takes a shot and gets dismissed. Gavaskar stated that a significant number of cricketers experience such issues once they reach the age of 35. One year later, Gavaskar’s prediction was proven accurate.