I would suggest you wear a "pirate patch" over your aphakic eye and have "glasses" made, with a lens only in your working eye (possibly clear glass in the other side to balance the weight of the eyeglass frames) using bifocals
so you can see near and far while waiting for your new intraocular lens to be placed in your eye.
You may not have to wear the pirate patch if the blurry vision
you get out of your aphakic eye doesn't bother you. Some people it bothers, some it doesn't.
You will have little to no depth perception during this time so be very careful walking, picking up a hot coffee cup etc.
The image will be much, much more blurry in the aphakic (lens-less state) than what you have now.
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