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[QUOTE=JustMe2009;3882475]Well, I'm 4 weeks after lasik, and still blurry as well.

Not sure why.[/QUOTE]
I first posted after my procedure in October '08. I was blurry to the point I felt sea sick dizzy. The dizzy went away but the blurry never did. CVS 125 reading glasses seemed to bring my vision in focus. My depth perception was off, I bang my car into poles in the parking lot....I was a mess and not happy about it. I kept going back to the surgeon who did the surgery, they told me my vision would come in.....I had dry eyes.... yada yada....it did not! my eyes were no longer dry my eyes no longer saw halo's. Everything was healed..... and after 6 months they finally did an "adjustment" on both eyes and OH MY GOSH!!! IT'S A MIRACLE...I can see perfect. My astigmatism was so bad he had to do this Lasik thing twice. Beware if you have a really bad astigmatism, you will walk out of your first Lasik blurry and dissapointed and will probably need a second time....if you can convince your clinic to do it a second time. If you get headaches, I do too...its probably your brain tying to cope with the blurry after Lasik dilema. If your eyes hurt like the one person wrote, get it checked out. Lasik should not hurt that bad.
I love my vision now! Blind to 20/20. It was a long road, worth the misery....
Chrissie66
This rings a bell with me. I had -2.25 astigmatism, not the worse by any means, but they did say it was significant. I'm looking at enhancement, and am hoping I will say it's a miracle :) :) I was frantic the first 3 weeks as I couldn't see in my own house, let alone drive. A true nightmare. It's gotten considerably better, but still blurry to drive (signs) and in my house it's still fairly blurry.
[QUOTE=chrissie66;3919605]I first posted after my procedure in October '08. I was blurry to the point I felt sea sick dizzy. The dizzy went away but the blurry never did. CVS 125 reading glasses seemed to bring my vision in focus. My depth perception was off, I bang my car into poles in the parking lot....I was a mess and not happy about it. I kept going back to the surgeon who did the surgery, they told me my vision would come in.....I had dry eyes.... yada yada....it did not! my eyes were no longer dry my eyes no longer saw halo's. Everything was healed..... and after 6 months they finally did an "adjustment" on both eyes and OH MY GOSH!!! IT'S A MIRACLE...I can see perfect. My astigmatism was so bad he had to do this Lasik thing twice. Beware if you have a really bad astigmatism, you will walk out of your first Lasik blurry and dissapointed and will probably need a second time....if you can convince your clinic to do it a second time. If you get headaches, I do too...its probably your brain tying to cope with the blurry after Lasik dilema. If your eyes hurt like the one person wrote, get it checked out. Lasik should not hurt that bad.
I love my vision now! Blind to 20/20. It was a long road, worth the misery....
Chrissie66[/QUOTE]





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