I began having distorted vision after my first cataract surgery. A colleague of my doctor had found a high C-reactive number. I'd had numerous events related to MS, but gave up the notion after a second neurologist found in the negative, though a vascular specialist afffirmed MS.
After walking and numbness problems, the question arose again. A neuro-opthamologist at Duke said he thought the problem could be brain-related and recommended a spinal puncture. The cerebro-spinal Tesla 3 was clear, but under newer guidelines with knowledgeable doctors, I can be diagnosed based on numerous events. Including an inability to drive at normal speeds since my symptoms began at eighteen. Unending sore legs, fatigue, trigeminal neuralgia at twenty, & much more. Sorry--my tablet will not work at the bottom of this page, so I'll finish here: Could the lengthy swelling have caused the visual distortion? Would it be worth a try to install and then perhaps need to remove a new intra-ocular lens
in that eye? You'll have to read the later paragraph because my tablet will not correct the errors or continue there. I entered a better version of the history at Ask.com, but my computer froze before I could get a response. Thank you. Barbara
It's possible the distortion--as if my eye were slightly crossed--is due to a complication after my initial cataract surgery. I told the doctor my muscles were inflamed and I thought I should have additional anti-inflammatory drops. He said he' d never had any problems in hundreds of cases. The resultant swelling in my eye took six months to reach near normal. There's still a bit of waviness in z test.