Approximately 1 week ago I had cataract surgery on my left eye. I not have a large ring type floater and my pupil has not dilated since the surgery. Is this normal? The pupil always stays the same size..small. Will this floater go away?
I recently (11/7/06) had an AcrySof lens implanted in my right eye. As of this writing, the pupil has remained very small and will not dialate. The results of which cause almost total blindness at night and extremely poor vision in dim light. So far my doctor has been somewhat less than concerned. I'm now searching the intenet to find out if this could be something that is permanent and, if so, correctable with more surgery. Or, if it is temporary and will eventually correct itself. Anyone have any ideas?
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