Thank you for that additional information.
I do not agree that, at this point, it is time to feel that the light sensitivity or corneal problem is something that you have to deal with for the rest of your life.
A corneal abrasion that healed such that a scar/astigmatism/surface problem (there are different ways that a corneal problem can go "wrong") is causing a loss of visual acuity, can be treated in many different ways.
And your "horrible" light sensitivity in your other eye makes me believe that you have significant intraocular inflammation........
So What should you do?
Dump this (are you sure she is an ophthalmologist (eye MD) and not an optometrist?) doctor and get a complete evaluation by a Fellowship Trained, experienced, corneal specialist.
I am sure that you can be helped....
Does this make sense to you?
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