"@Adriennemk I have a monofocal IOL in my left eye and my natural lens still in my right eye (with myopia in both) and can see small print clearly. That’s with approximate parity (within 1.5 diopter) between both eyes I corrected."
"@arich3112 I assume that you had a vitrectomy performed during your retinal detachment surgery since you had a gas bubble used. If so that should have eliminated most if not all of the vitreous traction on your retina that may have cause..."
Through the search feature, I know that you have the macular pucker surgery before, just curious of how your vision was recovering from then. I had this surgery 3 days ago, and my vision is very cloudy and blurry to the point of seeing light/hand motion only. I hope this message reaches you well, and you could share some insight for me as I am very worried just by myself. Thank you very much.
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