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I had my right eye operated for cataract a month ago, ever since I took the patch off the next day after the operation, there has been this thin back rim at the far end corner of my eye. The doctor who operated me assured me the surgery went well and he saw nothing wrong, and if there is, there is nothing he can do. Went to another doctor, she said it may be due to the small pupils I have and how my retinal is, says I will notice it less eventually. Went to to a third doctor, he said it happens when the IOLs are acrylic, but will not do anything about it since my vision is 20/20 after the operation, He said he can operate my other eye and use a PMMA iol instead, he also added that PMMA lens are not foldable as acrylic lens, therefore he will need to make a bigger incision. I don't know what to believe and I am scared to have my other eye operated. I hope someone in this board can shed some insight on my case. Thank you.
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