Though it's 3 and a half years ago, maybe this will help someone else. After cataract surgery, one of my eyes developed a bag under it from ocular fat. Never a hint of this before. My take is that rather than being told to "calm down," some attention should be paid to damage to the septum because of stretching or other trauma during surgery.
Cataract surgery is an ocular surgery that remove turbid crystal and insert transparent man-made crystal.Once you take a cataract surgery,vision will likely seem blurry or cloudy.If a person has other eye conditions that result in vision loss, such as macular degeneration, cataract surgery cannot return lost vision.While most eye bags under your eyes are the result of accumulated fat in the eye area. This happens when the septum surrounding the eyeball weakens, causing the outer layer of fat within the socket to sink forward - making it look like you have literal "bags" under your eyes. Therefore,cataract surgery won't cause eye bags under eyes.Please calm down.
Modern cataract surgery is one of the safest of all surgical procedures, it doesn't cause eye bags under your eyes. Eye bag appears when the quantity of orbital fat accumulates or the balance is changed due to the fragile lower eyelid backing structure. The formation of eye bag has something to do with heredity. With age growing, dermatolysis and muscle relaxation can give rise to eye bags. Not having a good rest can also cause eye bags. What's else, weeping, eye infection, food, drugs, or cosmetics irritability could lead to eyelid edema.