Hi welcome to HCM.
Difluprednate and Nepalact are the post operative medications used by most surgeons to reduce inflammation after cataract surgery
Since you have not mentioned what type of IOL(Intra ocular lens
) was inserted,and the condition of your post op eye(redness/pain/status of Cornea-and a lot of other details evaluated through microscopic examination),
- if monofocal lens, you will have blurring for near vision which can be corrected with prescribed glasses.(in addition to distance correction-if required)
- if multifocal lens, as long as the layers of the eye have completely healed and normal, generally you don't require prescribed glasses.
The drops will not cause blurring/astigmatism
. And the individual surgeon decides on the dosage of the drops depending on the status of your eye ~ given as 4 times a day for 30-40 days period and withdrawn.
Hope this helps. Take care :).