1) It is possible to put an IOL with astigmatism, but ....
2) ... it would be relatively expensive. As far as I know, the Social Security System in our country is charged at approx. 1300,00 Euros (approx the same amount in US-$) per eye for standard IOLs, the astigmatism IOLs might be 200 or 300 Euros more, and ....
3) .... nearly every ophtalmologist would refuse to make an OP, which would not result in a better vision than before the OP. And how would he justify an operation (even privately paid) for a healthy eye, if there is no cataract?
I feel, there will be no chance for such an OP.
To make the answer complete:
An IOL would not induce astigmatism, it would be the cause of an astigmatism, or the picture on the retina would be affected as if the eye had astigmatism.
Why don't you try the effect of astigmatism with glasses - you even don't need a GOC combination.
Do you wear glasses, and what is your prescription? Just make the astigmatism correction stronger than needed - this requires a bit of calculation.
In 2014, you had this prescription:
Right eye -2.00 sph / - 1.00 cyl 114 deg this is a 'spherical equivalent' = average of - 2.50 +/- 0.50
Left eye - 2.00 sph / - 1.00 cyl 80 deg
I would , after 3 years nearly, recommend a new vision test.
Your old prescription, however, could translate into this one - with more astigmatism, and it might very well be, that the eye adapts to this, this would be equal to induscing astigmatism:
Right eye -1.50 / - 2.00 cyl this is a 'spherical equivalent' = average of - 2.50 / +/- 1.00
Left eye - 1.50 / - 2.00 cyl or = same myopia, astigmatism doubled - a slight increase in myopia would be helpful:
Right eye now: - 2.00 sph / - 2.00 cyl at 114 degrees
Left eye now - 2.00 sph / - 2.00 cyl at 80 degrees
There might be a light stress / strain in the eyes, but not too much, and after 3-4 days, the eyes should accept that. Reading might be more difficult then.