"I have appt at U of M for June 11. I also have obtained notes from 2nd opinion doc. Yesterday he denied saying the Toric lens was off axis. His notes state otherwise. The lens is 66 degrees and Tomey axis is 82 degrees. And this info wa..."
Hi, I read your remarks and I wonder about the “wrinkle” that you mention. I had trouble getting used to glasses after cataract surgery. It turned out that I have a mild macular pucker which was preventing central vision fusion. You can read about it here. https://www.aaojournal.org/article/S0161-6420(05)00307-6/abstract
I put a small square of Scotch Gift Wrap tape on my glasses lens of the damaged eye, in front of my pupil. . It fogs the central vision of that eye. I view things at a slight angle and my peripheral vision is able to fuse.
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