When do you recover your eyesight after cataract surgery?
Q: I’m a woman in her mid-50s currently living in the United States. I recently had cataract surgery. It’s been five days, but my eyesight hasn’t recovered yet. How long does it usually take to recover your eyesight? Some people say their eyesight recovers immediately after surgery.
For reference, five months ago, I had a problem with corneal damage during a general health checkup (eye pressure check) and received treatment for several months.
A: Recently, there has been a lot of progress compared to the past, so postoperative recovery is faster. In some cases, vision may come out well the next day after surgery. However, it can be said that the recovery period is usually up to two months when the artificial lens is stable. The condition of the cataract before surgery varies from person to person, and the factors that determine vision are related not only to the cataract area but also to other areas of the eye.
If you have been treated for months due to corneal damage, corneal edema may develop better than other patients after surgery 시알리스 판매
About five days have passed since the surgery and I don’t know how much vision is currently available, but if there were no special problems during the surgery and there were no special problems so far, my eyesight would recover. Don’t worry too much. First of all, please take good care of your eye drops and consult your doctor in charge of your current eye condition.