Main Boards > The Shooters FORM Board

Could this be the answer?

<< < (2/3) > >>

Sam, Sorry to hear that! Ive heard mixed reviews on cataract surgery.  I hope mine helps, and I need it …I’m tired of looking at everything fuzzy..

Pine, I’m going to try that bottle cap trick..sure couldn’t hurt..


Mt cataract surgery was the best thing I've done.  I can see better than I have in I don't know how many years.  I wore glasses for about 47 years. I had mine done in 2013 and I'm very happy with no glasses and good eyesight.

Try some eye vitamins "areds". I have macular degeneration and my eye doctor got me on the ared vitamins. The vitamins have helped me with the disease and has improved my sight to a certain level.

Sam McMichael:
Caught, I already take the "areds". When the doc followed up after cataract surgery, it was discovered that I have macular degeneration in my left eye. So now, about every 6 weeks, I take a shot in my left eyeball. Thank God I don't have to foot the bill, because every shot costs around $4,200.00. It really helps a lot. I don't think it plays into my shooting, because the left is not my dominant eye. So, unless, it disrupts my binocular vision, it should not be a factor.

You know your old when you know what AREDS are lol. It could be an eye issue or it could be the further the target it the wider the backdrop is and harder to focus


[0] Message Index

[#] Next page

[*] Previous page

Go to full version