Not sure if I should post this under "Cataracts" or "Glaucoma" , I've had both operations. I'm having vision problems, two years after surgery on both eyes. Been to my doctor three visits within two months. I've been issued two new eye glass prescriptions, bifocal and distance, filled both, neither helps me see clearly. I don't want to do a third, with same results. This cannot be normal.
My vision, relatively speaking, has been pretty good for the two years after the operations. Problems just started beginning of this year, I just can't see clearly, both close up and distance. Two different eye glass prescriptions did not remedy the problem. It's affecting my job, first time in two years. I'm afraid I won't even be able to drive to work, safely, anyway, much less perform my actual duties. I need good close and and distance vision to function.
I think my eye doctor is at the point of throwing up her hands and giving up on me. ( Not really, but, I'm getting that impression from her) How can I get them ( the eye institution, I'm not even sure if my doctor has the say so, she works for the eye institution) t do a full examination of my eyes? Last three visits, it's putting in a couple of drops to check the glaucoma pressure, which are excellent, look at an eye chart, get a new prescrption, and, that's it. No further eye examination, or other tests, I'm i and out in no time.
When I call the receptionist up, who should I ask for, what is the position of the person in charge of the complaint department? I want to be careful about this, because, I like my doctor, I really don't want to go anywhere else.