I had Lentis M Plus multifocal lenses inserted 4 and 6 weeks ago respectively, after being diagnosed with cataracts. My day time vision is amazingly good at all distances, however as soon as the light level drops, eg indoors, my distance vision beyond around 2 metres becomes blurred - night time driving is impossible. I also experience glares, halos and starbursts, but I was expecting these - not the blurred vision. A week ago I posted how good these lenses are, but the low-light blurring problem did not seem so bad then - now I find driving is simply to risky for me to contemplate - I spoke too soon.....It's ironic that my night vision in the rear view mirror of my car is perfect at night, but forward vision is extremely blurred - it's a shame I can't reverse everywhere!
I assume it is a function of my pupils dilating and thus destroying my depth of field. I have two questions:
1. Is this a function of the healing process, and Icould I expect my pupils to adjust over time?
2. If it is not going to heal over time, is it possible that these lenses are too small for my eyes and will need to be explanted?
My present situation is desperate because I am virtually housebound in the evening as I need a car to go out - there is no public transport where I live and taxis are costing me a fortune.
Thank you, and advice would be gratefully received.