Aug 2011 Cataract Surgery

by Tiffany
(Maryland)

The first few weeks of recovery was great. Then the vision was worse than before the cataract was removed. The doctor had never prescribed antibiotics; just a mild steroid as the condition persists. Eventually she sent me on my way because she didn't understand or try to understand why my healthy eye developed scar tissue and inflammation.

So now I'm with a new doctor who is a lot different, shall I say, and we're getting to the bottom of things. But I am legally blind in my right eye as of Nov 2011 and I'm only 25 years old. Damaged.

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