I had Restor lens surgery 6 months ago, days after both eyes repaired I could see fairly well, now my vision is very blurred, can't see anything clearly within around 8 feet and it seems to be getting worse. Right eye hurt something awful for about 2 months, that is down to occassionally, but it triggers a headache. Just returned from vacation where I was looking constantly, at night both eyes would literally throb. What could be the problem and can this be corrected? 3 months ago Doctor said I was not giving healing enough time, I feel it is definitely getting worse.
See your surgeon for his/her opinion. Get at least one independent second opnion. You could need a yag laser capsulotomy, you may glasses of contact lens, you could have an eye disease, your IOL powers can be off.
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