Any time a MD says he/she has never seen anything like this before its time to consider a consultation/2nd opinion. I would ask the surgeon to send you to a trusted Eye MD for a second opinion
True. Anytime an MD says they've never seen anything like that before, it's not what you want to hear. Sometimes it's the truth, other times it's a way of blowing you off. Consider a second opinion. It may be best to find your own opthamologist as your doctor may be just sharing the wealth with his specialist referal or the refered Dr. may be more prone to second your Dr.'s opinion.
The Restasis prescription sounds like a case of the "take two of these and call me in the morning" cliche, but it couldn't hurt so you might as well try.
I am going for a second opinion tomorrow. I found this doctor myself. My doctor did say I could try the Restasis on the outside chance it may help or he would send me to see a woman doctor whom he claims also puts in a lot of these multifocal lenses. I still have faith in my doctor (he's pretty convincing) and I think he did a good job. He claims I've healed well, the lens is perfectly centered, etc. He spent a lot of time today explaining things to me/ Not sure if it's the lens but increasingly thinking it may be my strange eyes. Maybe the Restasis and a little more time will solve my problem.