Had a vitrectomy to repair detached retina about 10 months ago. Needed cataract surgery post vitrectomy about 5 months ago. Ever since gas bubble disappeared my binocular vision has been compromised. After cataract was removed my visual acuity is 20-20 in that eye. Problem is that the images are larger than in the unaffected eye. Makes me feel dizzy and intoxicated all the time. Depth perception is not great either. My retinal surgeon and a local ophthalmologist seem to think if I have the good eye operated on than this might help my symptoms. The ophthalmologist that performed the cataract removal is not sure this will help me. So basically 2 votes for and 1 against from docs. I only have a 1+ cataract in my good eye so that might be why the one who voted against feels this way. What course would you take?