My husband, in the past 6mos, is having more and more difficulty seeing. He went to a second eye dr. and had the first one fill the lens prescription to see if the new exam would enable him to see better. He continues to lose the ability to see signs and certain things on tv. What should he do if an optometrist cannot help him? He wants his primary dr. to tell him to see an opthamologist before he will make an app't, he is most stubborn and wasting precious time as far as I am concerned. He was told he is at the very beginning of cataracts and I wonder if it isn't much more advanced then he was told. I would appreciate the benefit of others' experience, right now!
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