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Well, here's the deal.

He thinks it could be inflammation of the retina, though he could see none of that from looking in the eye. He sent me home with an optical NSAID drop to use twice a day for 2 weeks.

The assistant measured me for glasses again, yet I walked out of the office with no Rx in hand. Why they didn't give me one, I don't know. I went next door to the optical to try to get a refund on glasses I couldn't use due to the laser, and hit a brick wall there. No dice. If the drops don't work, then he said something about a drop to keep the left pupil slightly more closed than the right, to help with the starburst.
He was a bit stumped as to why I'm having this, though he has seen other patients have it due to older type implants that were more rounded in front than the Acrysof.

That's where it stands.





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