Hello and welcome to JustAnswer,
I know you had asked for another doctor to answer this but he is not on the site presently.
Would you like to continue with me?
sure if you can answer it sure oh
great. so it seems you have two problems... glaucoma AND a cataract. has your eye surgeon stated that there is a problem with the surgery because of the glaucoma? of simply that they are not going to do the surgery?
they said vision not bad enough the glaucoma or pressure issue is because I don't have enough filters around the lens so my eyes due to the shape dont clean very well by themselves and pressure builds up. but surgery scares them but the wont talk about it they just keep saying come back for another pressure reading. which is hard be cause its allways in the middle of the day as nhs may be free but you have little choice on appointment times and as a out patient of many years for this I have to book six weeks in advance and get a random day in a working week, every time i go they check pressure check i have correct glasses and check my prehiperal vison in a dome with light dots flashing, for the first time ever in july the took pictures of my retina, which i did not enjoy as it was sensory overload for hours after on my eyes saw pink dots or bubbles of quite a while, when I mentioned driving they said you can drive with one eye, they really don't seem interested and so I dont go any more i see no point.
Ah, you have a defect of the iris.
I am conversant with glaucoma and standard cataract surgery, but feel that an eye surgeon would be best to answer this question as yours is a somewhat unique case.
I hope you get a good resolution soon.