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Eye strain after cataract surgery, what to do?

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Dr. Richard Wieder
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree

In brief: If your vision

Is good, then this may be related to a need for a change in glasses.
You should see your ophthalmologist to have this checked.

In brief: If your vision

Is good, then this may be related to a need for a change in glasses.
You should see your ophthalmologist to have this checked.
Dr. Richard Wieder
Dr. Richard Wieder
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Dr. Kurt Andreason
Ophthalmology - LASIK Surgery
2 doctors agree

In brief: Eye strain cataract

It is hard to say, but you should be able to follow-up with your surgeon or his staff to get this addressed.
It could be the difference that remains between the two eyes; sometimes this is too much to get used to. It may be that you have a special lens that you're having trouble adjusting to, or maybe swelling in the front or back of the eye that needs more time or drops. Are your glasses correct.

In brief: Eye strain cataract

It is hard to say, but you should be able to follow-up with your surgeon or his staff to get this addressed.
It could be the difference that remains between the two eyes; sometimes this is too much to get used to. It may be that you have a special lens that you're having trouble adjusting to, or maybe swelling in the front or back of the eye that needs more time or drops. Are your glasses correct.
Dr. Kurt Andreason
Dr. Kurt Andreason
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