I had LASIK surgery 6 years ago and everything had been fine. I'm 44 years old and just had 'regular' cataract surgery last month on my left eye which is my dominant eye My cataract wasn't bad - just in a bad spot so my vision was cloudy but I was able to see up close. Now I can't see up close at all (computer, reading, putting make-up on, etc.) I'm finding this so hard to adjust to. My near vision was taken from me overnight. I need glasses now to see up close and I hate it. I do have a cataract in my right eye, and my surgeon recommended the ReStor lense for that eye. I'm so afraid of making the wrong decision as my eyes have always been so sensative. I don't know how it will work in just one eye. Also, if I go into a store, the bright lights bother me and I can't even focus. I still have some cloudiness from the left eye where I had the surgery. My surgeon did not recommend anything else. I read about monovision, but not sure if that would work. If I choose to get the regular cataract surgery in the right eye, is there a LASIK procedure that can be done to help with my near vision? I'm so confused, unhappy, and frustrated. Please help. Thank you.