Hello, I am 51, female, and just had cateract surgery 9 days ago. I went for a check up 6 days after my surgery, I was told that I had a wrinkle and that was the reason I wasn't seeing clearly. On the 3 rd. day after my surgery I could see very well, but now it seems like I am blurry in that eye, along with some light reflections....I think at one point yesterday while riding in the car,(it was sunny) I seen the lens that was implanted....I received the restor lens...it looked like a cirlce of different size circles inside it. My Dr. thinks after a few more weeks the wrinkle will go away and my vision will be better, he advised me to use more drops then I was currently using. MY question is: Will this fix itself, or will I need further medical attention to fix it. I am disappointed by all this. I know it is still early, but I am praying that this will fix itself and I will see better. I wear a multifocal contact in my other eye and right now I am seeing much better out of it. Suppose to have this eye done later, but now I am re-thinking that.
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