Possible lens implant problem

by John W
(Clearwater Florida)

I had cataract surgery in one eye with a corrective lens implant. When I run long distances, my vision in that eye becomes very foggy, almost to the point to where I can't see very well. After a couple hours after the run, my vision returns to normal. I never had that before until I had this surgery. I am reluctant to have the other eye done for fear that I will be in the woods (I am a trail runner) and won't be able to see. What could be wrong?

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Feb 19, 2021
Older long distance runners
by: Anonymous

Is it possible that by the time an older person needs cataract surgery that they should no longer be running long distances?

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