Darkmage wrote:while the right eye is a bit brighter and possibly a blue tint. It's kind of like the difference between fluorescent and incandescent lighting.
Yes. I should wear sunglasses outdoors for the first week. I think that's more of a dust/particle protection than UV protection thing. Although that is an interesting question. I'll have to ask.ludi wrote:A natural lens is an excellent UV filter, so it's possible the artificial lens is admitting more higher-frequency light. Did the doctor give you any special precautions about using sunglasses?
Captain Ned wrote:
Doesn't matter what passes the lens. If the retina can't pass UV to the optical cortex, it ain't gonna happen.
Heh. In that case, I'll have to go and write a wrap-up post at some point. An epilog for my long strange trip, as it were. Glad you enjoyed it. Now that I'm approaching the far end of the journey, I get less and less loquacious as the news gets less and less interesting.StuG wrote:Let me just say this was the first time reading this, and it was interesting to read it from start to finish in one go. Great to hear that you are doing well and it all worked out! Felt like a book sometimes, waiting to see what happened post after post. Once again gratz on the successful treatment.
Oooh, interesting. I wish I had seen that beforehand. Oh well. I have a black light at home that I use when searching for cat pee. I'll have to fire it up and see what's different between my natural lens and the new lens.
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