Cloudy vision

by Alex Edwards
(Cairns Queensland Australia)

I had intraocular implants put in both eyes, not because of cataracts but to have 100% vision. All went well, I have perfect vision except that everything is cloudy. After 6 weeks I told the doc about it. He perforated a small hole in the back of each membrane of the capsular bags. No improvement at all. 6 months later the cloudiness is still the same. Recently he enlarged the holes in the capsular bags, 3 days later there is still no improvement.

The doctor is dumbfounded as to why this condition persists.

I can't believe I'm going to have to live with cloudy vision the rest of my life.

If I wear +1.00 reading glasses the cloudiness disappears within the reading field.

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Oct 23, 2014
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My laser clinic
by: Anonymous

Thanks for the suggestion. Yesterday at another examination my eye doc decided to laser my eyes to adjust the disparity between the intraocular lenses which has become apparent when he put various lenses in front of my eyes to give me a usual eye test. That is the way I understand it at least. That seems to reduce the blurriness that is constant. This will happen in a month's time.

What you do say about that?

Oct 21, 2014
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Time for another opinion
by: J. Fridaytomato

Time for a visit to Cleveland Eye Clinic. They will take care of the problem!

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