Unless someone accidentally injects Sculptra into your eyeball, it is not possible for Sculptra injections to cause vitreitis.
Can Sculptra Injection Cause Vitritous?
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Sculptra does not cause vitreitis
Vitreitis is an inflammatory reaction of the vitreous body (the gel that fills the posterior chamber of the eye or the hyaloid membrane as a result of a disease in the adjacent eye structures, such as the ciliary body, the choroid or the retina, which causes infiltration of cells into the vitreous. Patients complain of floaters and/or blurred vision.
Scuptra injections are not placed anywhere within the eye or any structures that can affect the vitreous body. Therefore it should not cause inflammation of the vitreous. A search of Medline does not reveal any reports of Sculptra affecting the vitreous in any way.
I recommend a consultation with a board-certified ophthalmologist to determine the cause of your symptoms.