• 5 months ago

    Defected Cataract Lens

    ov 22, 2017 - Right eye cataract removal.

    Dec 6, 2017 - Left eye
    Cataract removal.

    I had "Brief relief in Right eye". No "yellowish" color in Right Eye.

    Within days my "right eye" vision was now extremely & noticeably worse; very blurry with double vision.

    I followed up with eye Doctor about the blurriness & double vision and he recommended laser surgery in both eyes.

    Laser Surgeries:
    Aug 29, 2018 - L eye
    Sept 5, 2018 - R eye.

    I noticed for a brief time (5-7 days) bright colors in my vision.

    But once again, I reported to my eye Doctor that the Right eye still was extremely blurry and double vision when attempting to do any type of reading or at any distance now.

    At this stage, I am very alarmed that something was terribly wrong.

    My eye doctor then told me (after 4 surgeries) that I had scar tissue on the center of my right eye cornia causing the blurry and double vision. He then said it was a result of an eye infection.

    I questioned the doctor on WHY he did not notice this scar tissue before?

    Why would he perform several eye surgeries without discussing this first with me & my husband?

    FROM:
    Oct 31, 2018 - Mar 2019

    The eye doctor then sent me to be fitted for a "contact lens" to correct my right eye.

    I spent several "months" in this fitting process...

    From several size "hard lenses" and finally a "soft lense".
    No change in my right eye.

    I still have extreme blurriness & double vision.

    May 15, 2019.
    A received a second opinion from a new eye doctor.

    I had extensive tests, exams etc. The preliminary assessment is the following:

    A "defective cataract lens is in your right eye".

    NOW WHAT?