Readers, if you are thinking of cataract surgery, please read the story. A 69 year old lady complains reduced vision after 2 years of the cataract surgery. Initially, she was sent to the retinal evaluation, but after all the necessary treatment, her condition did not improve. She was sent for a neuro-ophthalmic exam to try to determine the etiology of the decreased vision followed by an MRI. She was diagnosed with mild cystoid macular edema 2 weeks before her return visit, and she was given topical nepafenac drops four times a day in the right eye. Her BCVA can count fingers in the right eye and 20/25 in the left (pinhole to 20/20). Pupils in the effected eye was slightly less interactive.