Had left eye cataract surgery done first with standard distance lens. Vision was good at start and got better over the next two weeks. Then at the two week point I had the right eye done, with a bit more trauma in my opinion, and the vision was very poor on the drive home, yet next morning the right eye was crystal clear and I believe better than the best the left had given me. The right remains so now almost two weeks later. However, the left eye got blurry at the time the right eye was done and the surgeon on the next day follow up said I have macular problems, a factor I already know, but he gave no further opinion. I had an appointment with my optometrist the following week. He said the lese implants looked good, healing well and said the blurry vision in the left eye may be due to posterior capsular opacity. He prescribed eyeglasses for my astigmatism (mild at -0.75) and said I should make an appointment with him again two weeks out. I got one three weeks out. He said if the blur doesn't clear by then it may be necessary to refer me to a YAG laser capsulotomy doctor. He gave that treatment, if needed, very likely to fix the problem. I'll clearly not go back to the cataract surgeon given the lack of concern on my bringing the blur to his attention. Then, he may not do YAG anyway. I don't yet consider the surgeon at fault for my problem in left eye, but his "bed side manner" and follow up care is zero in my book. As I have a follow up appointment, I am looking mostly here to learn if any have had a similar experience and have had it clear up without an YAG laser treatment. It may be additional time will resolve the problem, e.g., if I still have some swelling in the left eye. I finish my swelling eye drops at the end of next week.