Admin Post The healing rate for this is astonishing. 13 hours ago, my left eye was blind; I could discern only colors and amorphous shapes. A few minutes after that, I was tested at 20/80. At this point, my left eye is almost up to the standards of my 20/20 right eye. I’d say 20/30 with no conscious effort on my part. No discomfort at this point, not even a bit. This morning, my eye had some red in it, now it’s pretty much normal. I’m using reading glasses to see the iPad in a low light environment, but I could make out the print on the iPad without them if I really needed to. My right eye has a nascent cataract forming and slightly yellows the white background on the iPad. It’s subtle, but noticeable. Print seems a little bit bigger to my left eye than to my right. I’m not forming any hard and fast impressions as of yet, there’s still post surgical swelling at play. If it comtinues to improve I would bet that by this time tomorrow it will seem completely normal. It’s a quantum improvement over the cloudy, blurry mess I had 13 hours ago. Just for the heck of it, I’ll type this paragraph with just my left eye. So far so good, if I insulted anyone in this paragraph, it was inadvertent. OK, here goes, no reading glasses, just my “new” left eye. The difference in how white looks between the surgery eye and the one that still has a cataract is dramatic. It’s sort of sepia with my right eye and much whiter with the left. More to come. Great comment, my friend.