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Cataract Surgery: What to expect after surgery
I had both eyes done a year and a half ago and one eye is still blurry. I have astigmatism in this eye and it's not completely correctable with a lens implant. It's much better than it was, but not 100%.
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Thanks for your input. I'll see what she says on my next visit. I miss not being able to go to the YMCA, but can start back on Wednesday!
I HAD BOTH EYES DONE IN 2013. ALL MY LIFE I HAD SEVERE ASTIGMATISM. I WAS ADVISED THERE WAS A LENS AVAILABLE FOR ASTIGMATISM. I HAD TO PAY FOR IT AS IT WAS A SPECIALTY LENS. AFTER THE SURGERY AND RECOVERY I COULD SEE BETTER THAN ANY TIME IN MY LIFE AND THAT VISION CONTINUES TO THIS DAY. I HAD ONE OF THESE SPECIALTY LENSES IN EACH EYE.
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