Is there a medical reason why opthalmologists don't prescribe for ONE new lens for the first eye that has had the cataract surgery and is 97% improved. My right eye is 20/25 from 20/60 pre-op and of course my lens is useless but I still need a little help. When I finally reach the 30 day post op visit time after my left cataract removal it will be be 3 months with this problem. Of course things may be a little better after the second surgery improvement, hopefully to 20/25 from 20/40, close work can be helped by readers but until the surgery this is a real problem physically. Can't drive, stomach gets queasy, head gets a little woozy, I have trouble gaging distances. I tries taking out the offending lens but that didn't work, just made things worse. And what's the best color for sunglasses? Does the anti-glare coating work, I have Fuchs' Dystrophy and still have halos and glare problems.