Having two implanted lens in the eye is not common, but not unheard of either. Since I don't know of the particulars of the powers and location of the lenses, it difficult to comment on what might have gone wrong. Removing the lenses is a possibility, but would require an experienced surgeon.
Regarding the increased pressure and pain, that can sometimes happen after the surgery. If those issues are resolved already, then lens removal is not as urgent. Regarding the vision, there are multiple reasons it can be off. First, the prescription can be off. Second, there can be cloudiness between the two lenses. Thirdly, there may also be retinal inflammation.
These questions can only be answer by an exam. If possible, I'd recommend you see another ophthalmologist
for a second opinion as to why the vision is not on target at this time. This will help you decide if removing the lenses would be helpful.
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