What sunglasses work the best after cataract surgery?

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Answered: I had cataract surgery 2 days ago.As of yesterday ...

I didn't get a lot of it, but I did get a bit until it was all healed up. I think it's water refracting around the artificial lens as it flows down the eye. It should clear up.

Answered: Following Cataract Surgery

Only your doctor can tell you if this is common. Sorry I cannot be more helpful.

Answered: Flomax and cataract surgery

I think you need to speak with your husband's doctor about this. Good luck.

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Answered: I just noticed that my three month old yorkie has a cataract in his left

I know this might sound like a crazy question but have you considered taking the dog to a veterinarian? Or did you think you'd get better advice on AOL?
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How do you know if the sunglasses you are buying protect you 100%? Are

Yes, you get what you pay for. Although some of the cheap sunglasses may offer 100% UV protection, you would not know unless they were tested with a photometer. If the sunglasses have a polycarbonate lens it will have the UV protection built into the lens. Cheap sunglasses typical have the lenses ...

Is there a cure for cataracts available?

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