Eye Advice

by Solly Segal
(Durban South Africa)

I had new lenses put in 5 years ago in South Africa. Then one eye went all blurry. So the doctor from Durban fixed it up. Now it is all blurry again and needs to be fixed. Surely this should not happen all the time or is there a problem with the lens or the surgeon????

Please advise me, as I'm 59 years old and do a lot of sport. Your advice will be much appreciated.

Regards,
Solly Segal

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by: Anonymous

I was hoping to find a response to your question. My cataract surgery (both eyes) was seven years ago. Eight months ago a secondary cataract was removed. Now my vision in that eye is again cloudy. This is very frustrating. I don't think my insurance will cover further treatment for this eye.

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