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Blurry vision after cataract surgery, what to do?

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Dr. Kurt Andreason
22 years experience in LASIK Surgery
Blurry cataract: See your surgeon. It could be postoperative swelling in the back of the eye, cells growing over the capsular membrane behind your new lens, glasses that are wrong, or other unrelated things like dry eyes, etc.
Answered on Aug 6, 2019

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