Why Can’t I See after Cataract Surgery?

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All cataract surgery causes some damage to the corneal endothelial cells.   Most corneas recover quickly, within 1 week.  However, occasionally, after cataract surgery, the endothelial cells don’t function well enough to keep the cornea clear, causing poor vision and often discomfort.   In this case, it takes a few months to recover.   Anti-inflammatory eye drops every 2 hours can help.