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Hi. I'm online and happy to answer your question today. I will address your questions in order:
1. If 3 ml costs $100 and, assuming, no volume price discounts are available then:
one ounce = 29.58 ml and there are 8 ounces in a cup so your cost would be $986.00 per ounce which works out to $7,888.00 for a cupful.
2. Ointment is a gooey substance that stays in place for a bit. It can blur your vision.
3. This depends on many, many factors. Some people see very well the next day, some people take months or more. If you could tell me more about what is going in your case I would be happy to discuss it with you.
4. It sounds like you had a successful cataract surgery and just need some minor eyeglass prescription to assist you with making some of your distance and near tasks crystal clear.
5. It is hard to tell if this situation is going to be permanent in your case without knowing more about your case: How long ago was your surgery, were there any complications, etc...
Whew! That is a lot of questions for $20. I hope you have found my answers helpful.
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