Hi. I'm online and happy to answer your question today.
While the symptoms you are experiencing are a known effect from the design of the IOL you had implanted the incidence of this complication is fairly low, on the order of 1% or less. In those patients that do have your symptoms the majority of them are better within 6 months due to neuroadaptation.
As such, you have a very good chance of being symptom free in the future.
You can ask your surgeon if the lens is centered well in your pupil but, since you have good near and distance vision, I bet it is. As I said, your issues are a known risk of using this type of lens. :(
If you get to the point that you, in spite of having good near and distance visual acuity, just can't stand the ghost images anymore the Lentis M Plus IOLs can be removed and standard, monofocal lenses put in their place.
So what is the take home message here? I'd consul patience at this point.