My mother had cataract surgery a couple of months ago. Prior to surgery, she'd been experiencing blurred vision, and the glare from bright sun was blinding her. So she had the cataract surgery, and the doctors said everything looked great afterward. The problem is that she is still experiencing the same blurred vision, and glare and bright sun are still blinding her. She's seen no improvement in either of those issues. In fact, she says it's even worse, and she's had to stop driving. She's only 60 years old. The doctors can't explain it. They already checked for the film or membrane that can form on the lens, and that wasn't the problem. I can't believe my mom is the only person in the history of the world who's ever had whatever problem this is. Has anyone else experienced this?View Thread
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