I was amazed at the difference with my cataract surgery. The colors were amazing. I had no idea how bad it had gotten.My mom is halfway through her cataract surgeries originally scheduled for the week after the lockdown started here. I'm seriously happy for her she can see again!
Glad to hear it.Well, since the thread has been unexpectedly rekindled…. A health update: 2 1/2 years cancer free! Feeling better than i had for years while my body was fighting the cancer. Didnt even realise how tired i was till i recovered from the surgery and found a new lease of life!
Having cataract surgery was one of the best decisions I made. My wife and kids were tired of finding reading glasses all over, sitting on them, and never having them when I needed them. Post surgery, I had one eye at 20/20 and the other slightly near-sited (-.25). I was amazed from having prescription ash trays in both eyes before surgery (-11), and (-13), and getting the corrections.I can't wait to get cataract surgery. If I want to read anything I have to take my glasses off, and hold the print 2" before my face. People are starting to point fingers.
Welcome to the forum, @woshka !I hope everything went well for you, and the doctors cared for you and your health. Of course, I have never experienced such difficulties, and the most difficult surgery was rhinoplasty. Because of this, I lost a lot of blood and almost died. But as it turned out, the plastic surgeon just did the whole surgery wrong, I was thinking of suing him, but then I thought it wasn't worth wasting time on it. After all, now I can play my guitar on stage with my band with a beautiful nose and body. Music seems the only thing that has always made me happy and supported me in this life.