I'm an active young 68, taking 0 meds. I've had EBMD for 5yrs, left eye worse, corrected to 20/3. May 2018, the Dr. said I needed cataract surgery. The teck said I'd still need glasses for Standard or Toric. I have astigmatism. July, I had left eye surgery w Standard IOL. After, I was dizzy, off balance, fluorescent lights made me nauseous, vision best corrected 20/70. Sept I had lens exchanged for Toric. Best corrected 20/50. I was referred to see Cornea specialist, January 2019, I had SK. Best corected still 20/50 and now I hear the word "Wrinkle" mentioned. Feb, I went to different ophthalmologist for 2nd opinion. He said the lens looked like it may have rotated from what he thought the lens should be 80° and mentioned wrinkle again. He suggested Yag. No thank you. He sent me back to ask the 1st surgeon what degree the lens position was set at. She said the lens was set exactly where she had set it at 69°. She has no interest in going back in the eye a 3rd time to rotate the lens. She also wanted to do Yag that day. I said No thank you. My vision isn't cloudy, just not focused. When I tilt my head down and look through the top corner of the lens it seems more clear/sharper. Is rotating this 2nd lens too dangerous? I'm miserable, I still need my right eye done. Depth perception is off, driving is challenging, I can't read signs and night light streaks at 10 and 4 o'clock. I can't see to sew. run or bowl very well. The new RX glasses aren't helping. It's depressing.
Any suggestions will be certainly appreciated.