I just had what is supposed to be my final visit to the opthalmologist/surgeon who did my cataract Surgery. I had Toric IOLs, Alcon I believe, (the fact that I don't know exactly is not good) placed in both eyes. After the surgery my sight was near perfect. That was after both surgeries. It gradually become worse over the next few months. I finally called the doctor and made an appointment to see him. I explained what was going on and was told that I needed to have a "capsule oblation" on both eyes. That was done and the vision in both eyes became quite crisp and after a few days went back to blurry. I am wondering if swelling in the eye actually improved the sight at first and then it got worse after the swelling went down.
I happened to see another thread that sounded much like my story so I began reading on this site. I am a bit frustrated because I don't believe that I am being heard by the doctor. I described what I am seeing in detail and what I can do to aleviate the problem myself and was told that I have 20/20 in both eyes and his "Job is done". i was not and am not sure what to make of this.
I am certain I will think of more later. At this point any advice on the matter would be appreciated. I need to know what questions I should have and should now ask, and really how to approach the matter. Should I seek another opinion? Should I go back to the same guy? I am confused.