They are still hopeful to be able to get my vision to the point where corrective lenses will bring that right eye into sharp focus. As it now stands, my right eye is much improved from just this past May, so they are doing something right.
I haven't checked over here in a while, so I missed this great news. I hope your improvement continues.
I've got cataracts that need to be removed; I've been putting it off b/c I can't get used to the idea of any kind of surgery on my eyes, but I'm almost ready, after a year of procrastination.
My aunt just had the procedure done. 100% success. Now she's angry with herself for putting it off for so long.
Hundreds of years from now, it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove... But the world may be different because I did something so bafflingly crazy that my ruins become a tourist attraction.
walkswithblackflies, I bit the bullet and had cataract surgery in Dec. of 2019. Other than the sting from the post-surgery eye drops, it was a piece of cake. I had more trouble finding a reliable ride for the second surgery follow-up than I did with the surgery. (I had hired a nonemergency ambulance service, but someone forgot to make arrangements and I ended up driving myself.)
I hope your aunt is pleased with the results. I too wish I hadn't procrastinated, but I did, and it's past tense now.