Best of luck to you Randy. Hoping that there are no more delays for you, and that the surgery goes well.
Here's hoping the surgery doesn't get delayed any further. I also had cataract surgery in the past year--my left eye started declining so rapidly that I was told it would be blind in few months without it. What a relief when it was over! My right eye is good enough that we decided to postpone that surgery until next year. Wishing for good news for you.
Best wishes, Randy.
It sounds like they are on track to healing you, Randy.
Two years ago my wife had cataract surgery on both eyes (one at a time) and has been doing fine since. For my part I have a condition called "narrow angles" which potentially could have caused me to go blind in one or both eyes. To prevent this, a mad doctor used a laser beam to drill a hole in each iris. Anyone interested can look up "narrow angles" on Google.
My wife and I are both diabetic but our conditions are under control. We get yearly retina checks to make sure there are no changes. From what I read, the draining and replacement of the vitreous fluid in the eye is something they do routinely either to clear the fluid of obstructions or to perform any retinal procedures.