Cataract Surgery

crapsguy

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You may want to price glasses at Costco. I was 170 with no insurance, transition lenses, and they include all lens coatings. My other pair of glasses were 220 with insurance from the optometrists office, and not all the lens coating, and they aren’t transitions. I’ll be buying from Costco from now on.
if you are buying glasses check out Zenni Optical - get your prescription - go to their site and upload a pic of yourself - then you can try on any of the tons of glasses they have -- I think photogrey transition lenses are still around $100 --- I used them for years and they have great service - had photogrey single vision for golf = cost around 50 bucks
https://www.zennioptical.com
 

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Someone did stuff totally wrong. When I had my cataract surgery, they used both eye drops to deaden the eye and some other drugs, of which I know nothing, but I had no pain at all.

Even now, I am getting injections into the right eye for Macular degeneration. Again, they use eye drops to deaden the eye and the insertion of the needle for the injection is nothing more than some pressure. There is NO pain.
This specialist was a screw ball looking guy, with a foreign ascent! I should have gotten suspicious when the this PRO WRISTLER looking guy came to get me? My surgery was painless, they used eye drops to deaden the pain on both eyes, for the surgery, but I don't remember them using any for the torture session! I likely have PTSD, that is blocking my memory!
 

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