in both eyes (left eye dominant). Had surgery on right eye a week ago (standard mono lens
) and was seeing 20/20 the next day. However, woke up the next morning and could not see too well (very blurry). I know the doc undercorrected me a little (for some basic reading) and was going to do the max correct in my other eye (next week) but now I am concerned. Questions:
-Is it normal that one could seeing perfectly the next day and then had blurred vision? I saw the doc for post op and there was no infection and very minimal swelling.
-How can I tell if this blurred vision is a result of being undercorrected or if there is a problem? (He says it was not much and I should still be able to see the time on my watch - no way I can see that clearly at all right now).
-When I put on my glasses
(left lens only - took out the right one), I have double vision
. That does not sound right. Someone told me that it has to do with the brain and that it's a big difference now in the way the two eyes work together. Okay - but shouldn't that not matter if I have a contact lens
in my left eye (20/20 with the lens) or the glasses with the left lens only? What am I missing here?
Thanks so much - I am already hearing impaired and the thought of having compromised eyesight in one eye.....well, I obviously have concerns about rushing into surgery #2 on my good left eye. I do have a cataract in there, but unlike my right eye, that one has not been interfereing with my vision. Eric