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Since you are aphakic (no lens
inside your eyeball), but have a lens in your other eye you need to wear a thick contact lens on your aphakic eye so that your two eyes can work together.
If you tried to wear glasses only your aphakic eye would need a really thick plus powered lens and your "normal" eye would only need a thin lens. This would cause a condition called aniseikonia, where the image size on your retina is so different from one eye to the other that you would not be able to function. I actually did research on this condition when I was an ophthalmology resident....
Here is a good article on this topic:
Also, due to presbyopia
, you need reader glasses :(
As we discussed before, even with your history of glaucoma
I bet you would do well with a secondary lens implant. This would go a long way toward solving all the difficulties you are having with this lens issue.
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