Fluctuations in vision: These can be the most disturbing problems, and they can last for up to six months. You may notice problems reading small print or other minor dysfunctions that come and go. If any of them persist, or start to occur more frequently, be sure to let your doctor know. Keep track of the disturbances by type and duration.
By your six-month follow-up visit, your eyes should have stabilized greatly. Your doctor should do a thorough evaluation and let you know what if any further treatment -- if any -- will be necessary.
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