Sorry about the issues with the chat today :(
Well, that can be caused by a number of issues.
It may be from your growing cataract, which will be solved once the cataract is removed.
It might also be due to changes/damage to a part of your retina called the macula
. If this is the case, depending on what the macular problem is (edema, membrane formation (from PVR, epiretinal membrane, retinal folds, etc) it may, or may not, be able to be fixed. Depending on how long ago your surgery was done, it could also be a post-op issue that could improve with time.
The good news? Your retina surgeon should be able to figure out what is causing your symptoms when she examines you tomorrow.
From what you have posted, I feel this problem can wait until your appointment tomorrow.
Does this make sense to you?
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Dr. Rick MD FACS