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simple cataract surgery... MD placed the lens in the anterior chamber ( I think too much blood to see clealy)...hyphema occurred and vision continues to be blurry after 9 months. I'm not sure what is going on and stressing. I'm on 4 drops a day and have blurry vision for distance and even with reading glasses. Is this normal and can it get worse from a hyphema. The Optical Disc increased from .4 to .65. A cornea specialist lasered thought the sac because he said it was flattened and blocking my sight. This helped some but still blurry(opaque). Another concern is that the first surgeon put a lens designed for the posterior chamber into the anterior chamber. Is this common practice and OK? Any help or thoughts are appreciated. Thanks
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