I've had a cataract and glacoma surgery done in both eyes two years ago. I've been experiencing vision change, as in needing stronger prescription, since January 3rd, almost two months ago, I've been to the doctor three times in the past two months for this, and another problem with eye pain and irritation in the left eye. I have been issued two eyeglass prescription changes which I filled both times.
I have more recently been using Bromday one drop a day. for two weeks. Last drop I've taken was February 13th. This was for the eye pain and irritation in left eye only.
Now, here is the strange part. Tuesday, yesterday, February 22nd, I woke up and could see very clearly, sharp as ever since my operations two years ago. I didn't even need my glasses (for distance, still needed them to read close up, the bifocals) all day long. I could read my neighbor's house number on his house. I could read the street sign outside my house, both very clearly. Without glasses. I could even read fine print, in the bificals of my glasses. Haven't been able to do that for a few months. All day long, I've experienced pretty good sharp, clear vision.
Now, the really strange part. Today, I'm partly back to blur, not seeing clearly. The glasses help some. But no where do I see as good as I did yesterday. It's not as bad as the last couple of months, but, not as good and sharp as yesterday.
I've been keeping a journal, a log, in a computer file, very deteail since February 1st, started it January 5th, two days after my problem started.
I didn't call my doctor, yet, last visit was February 15th. I'm going to see what goes on for the next few days.
My question: what could be going on? Two different doctors examined my eyes, in past two months. Both say they didn't think my eye pain and eye watering were associated with vision change. They both said it was normal for the vision to gradually get worse.
But, why did I see clear and sharp yesterday all day?