Dilating eye drops should not do that and should be completely worn off by now. As evidence of this your pupils should be normal size and reactive. You could be getting CSR in both eyes. I would suggest a repeat eye exam.
I will go for next eye check soon.
I went for eye re-check today and found that right eye is normal and doesn't have any issue. But still not sure why the distant vision is blurry. The ophthalmologist said, since it's first time my eyes were dilated and he used a strong dilation drop "cyclogen", it may take sometime for the eye to properly focus on distant object. The dilation effect is gone, but it may take sometime for the eye to behave normally.
I can focus on close object, but anything which is 8/10 feet away is blurry. Specially lights like traffic signal, digital numbers in bright colour like yellow, green, blue on microwave, oven, DVD player etc. Is it expected? Any suggestion?
If you mean could this be due to the cyclogel: in a blue eyed individual it may take 24-36 hrs to wear off.
Were you referring to the eye drops used?
Yes, I was referring to the eye drops used. Can it impact the distant vision? And as the doctor suggested will take more time for normal vision to be restored? Or it damaged something?
They eye drops will not damage your eye and make take 36 hrs to wear off and that can blur your distant and/or near vision