Have you gone for a prescription check since the cataract surgery? I would probably start there and see if your vision can be improved with a prescription. Then, if not, also go for a second opinion by another cataract and retina specialist to look at the lens implants they put in and check your macula, respectively. Vision decrease can caused by multiple parts. Swollen lids and crust can be looked at by the general ophthalmologist and treated/managed separately. Depending on the place you went to they may have a team of specialist that may be able to tackle that for you. If you go in there telling them about your swollen lids they will focus on that for you.
How advanced is your Glaucoma? If very advanced, it can influence vision as well.
Dr. C Li, OD
I would go back to the surgeon that did the procedure for a follow up to address her concerns. They may be able to do some enhancements, but before then, also to evaluate and give reasons as to why the vision may not be as clear as she hoped. There could be multiple reasons, but the surgeon should be able to give some answers.
Dr. C Li, OD
There can be many reasons for this. I would recommend getting your eyes looked out for a comprehensive eye exam. Was it something suddenly happening? Ever get anything in your eye? Any infection from the outdoors? Have you been getting enough sleep? So these questions and depending on answers can lead to many solutions. Since I can’t see you, it’ll be difficult to assess without more info.
There can be many reasons for the slight blur in both distance and near. Because we don’t know everything that is happening in terms of when the occurrences have been happening it’s best to have a comprehensive exam to evaluate everything.
Dr C Li
Floaters can happen for many reasons. Increase in floaters are a good reason to come in for an eye exam to get dilated to make sure everything in the eye is healthy and make sure your floaters are age related vs. other ocular reasons. Have you noticed any flashes? If you do, you want to come in sooner than later.
Dr C Li, OD
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