Bad vision

Allan knight

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Going in for cataract surgery in the morning. I'm too young for this but oh well. Atleast my vision won't be blurry any more
 
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It's a good deal. I've had both eyes done. I've had a lot of additional eye surgeries as well, but cataract surgery has come a long way between the one I had in the mid-90s and the one I had in 2000. Good luck!

How old are you, if you don't mind my asking?
 

Iloveiphones

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I use an electronic 15 hours out of the day. I'm gonna need surgery probably.

Good luck! I hope it gets better and eat lots if carrots!


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I never knew how much vision plays a role into todays live more then ever.
Until I turned 40 and reading texts became a blurr.
Nevertheless everytime I needed to fumble my purse first for my glasses.
Annoying.
For age related issues no laser :(
So I use now mono vision contact. The night and day 30 day.
I have my reminder on the phone to switch it out. I can't tell I am wearing it except I can see.

So any vision improvement without glasses is +++++ I will do anything to keep my eyes going!

Today we use our vision more then ever hopefully they find a solution for eye related illnesses.

PS hubby has to take claucoma meds. Yikes!
 

Allan knight

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Thanks for the good words every body. If I can post a pic of my bandaged eye I will. Tonight, that is
 

imutter

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I'm curious - did you get a monofocal or multifocal implant?
No just a contact but since you now said there is such thing I will check that out!
The contact I use is http://www.airoptix.com/ it stays in 30 days and nights
I tried a few these I can't feel at all
I set my phone reminder to take them out
 
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No just a contact but since you now said there is such thing I will check that out!
The contact I use is http://www.airoptix.com/ it stays in 30 days and nights
I tried a few these I can't feel at all
I set my phone reminder to take them out
I was actually asking Allen about his intra-ocular lens. Sorry for any confusion.
 

Allan knight

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It's a good deal. I've had both eyes done. I've had a lot of additional eye surgeries as well, but cataract surgery has come a long way between the one I had in the mid-90s and the one I had in 2000. Good luck!

How old are you, if you don't mind my asking?
I'm 49
 

Allan knight

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I was actually asking Allen about his intra-ocular lens. Sorry for any confusion.
NPA. The only way I know how to reply to your post is hit quote and then answer.
It is a lens implant. UV with blue light filter.
 

Allan knight

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Napoleon, sorry for not answering your questions in order. I'm not seeing very well yet and I'm trying to learn to navigate this forum