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Thank you for that extra information. Those are the exact same drops I prescribe post-op....
Ok. Well, first of all I want to say that you have nothing to worry about.
You are probably experiencing the normal amount of intraocular
swelling that occurs after cataract surgery and, possibly, a bit of swelling of the front of your eye (corneal edema)
It is good that the colors are better and things are brighter...that means you are on the right track.
It is also possible that, a few months from now, when your eye is all healed up, you might need a very thin set of glasses
to give you crystal clear distance vision.
So. What is the take home message? What you are experiencing is normal. Cataract surgery doesn't give you perfect 20/20 vision immediately...you have to give your eye time to recover from the stress of the surgery.
Everything will be fine. Keep using your drops as directed and....just give it time.
Does this make sense to you?
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