Hi Jackie - I'm Dr. Lewis and I would like to answer your question.
By listening to your description, I think you were diagnosed with narrow angle glaucoma and you were treated with laser peripheral iridotomies to open a channel for fluid to flow and reduce pressure in the eye.
Unfortunately, laser peripheral iridotomies (LPI's) can cause light sensitivity afterwards especially in individuals with lighter eyes. It is a small trade-off for the protection of your vision. Narrow angle glaucoma left untreated causes blindness in virtually all individuals.
Here are some tips I recommend. Purchase high quality polarized sunglasses. They will polarize the sunlight and preferentially send the light through one axis away from your iridotomy.
Have the optician put the highest quality anti - glare coating available on your driving glasses. This may help minimize the light scatter at night that keeps you from driving.
Understand that you definitely made the right choice in undergoing the LPI's. Again, this laser surgery saved your vision.
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