It is possible that your glasses
Rx needs to be changed. In the eye that had the cataract surgery a common cause of increased blurriness
is a clouding of the posterior capsule.
The artificial lens
is placed in the capsular bag after your lens (cataract) is removed. This capsule, in a large number of patients, can become cloudy with time and cause a decrease in vision. Some patients say it is almost like their cataract has come back, or they complain of glare, problems reading, driving at night etc.
The good news about a PCO is that it can be easily diagnosed and treated in your ophthalmologists office -- no need for any further surgery or, many times, even a new eyeglass prescription.
How is it treated? Your eye is dilated just like it is for a routine eye exam. A drop of numbing medicine is placed in your eye and, in most cases, a special hand-held contact lens
is placed on your eye. You are positioned at a slit lamp that has a laser attached to it and, using the laser, (YAG) the capsule is cut allowing a clear path for light to get to your retina again. The entire procedure takes less then 5 minutes. There is no "post-op" recovery time needed and you can expect good vision to return as soon as the drops wear off.....sometimes even sooner.
Does this make sense?
It is also possible that your un-operated eye is getting a bit of a cataract in addition to needing a new glasses Rx. In any event, a visit to your ophthalmologist should "clear" things up for you.
I do not believe, from what you have told me, that you have anything going on that can't be fixed.
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