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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