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When will condition of poor vision subside after cataract surgery?

had cataract surgery a week ago-second one in 10 days as first one the IOL went through the capsule and lodged in the vitreous. Following second surgery vision very poor- blurry-halos and sclera bright red a week after. When will these problems disappear?
Mon, 18 Aug 2014
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your surgery have gone into complication.it is only the surgeon can tell the prognosis. you mean to say second repeated surgery on the eye. what about the other eye. the complicated surgery vision will remain poor. post operative treatment recovery may take place to some extent. any surgery is a risk no guaranty can be given. have faith inGODevery thing will be alright.
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When will condition of poor vision subside after cataract surgery?

your surgery have gone into complication.it is only the surgeon can tell the prognosis. you mean to say second repeated surgery on the eye. what about the other eye. the complicated surgery vision will remain poor. post operative treatment recovery may take place to some extent. any surgery is a risk no guaranty can be given. have faith inGODevery thing will be alright.