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Hey, dont be annoyed. You are still in the very early days of healing. After 1 week, your eyes will be better and that your field of vision will get wider. The doctor has mentioned that it is normal healing process, so give your eyes some time to heal.

As for me, I am into my 5th week of healing. My right side has healed completely. However for my left eye, straight vision has healed perfectly, except for the side vision still a bit blur when I am in the enclosed or dim light environment.

I suppose sometimes, we need to be patient and be positive..and carry on with our life.
[QUOTE=Polski;4915977]5 weeks is still relatively early. Took a little bit more than 2 months to get everything clear. Best advice is to stay healthy and take vitamins. Lots of water too and eye drops. For the first 6 months. Do you have any issues in contrast? Such as hard to see this crisp in the dark?[/QUOTE]

Thanks for the advice, I will take your advice to take more vitamins. I do not have any issues in contrast. My vision is perfect when it is in outdoors when there is bright light. The issue surfaces when I am in enclosed area and dim lighted areas, the side left vision becomes blur. And it is only at the sides. Polski, did you had your lasik done and how long did it take to heal? Anyway, the question is now is that if it doesnt get heal, will one be prepared to face the consequences. Anway, I suppose in this case one has to stay positive. Life has to still go on, and that I still have one good eye anyway. I will have to depend on it. There are many things in life such as work we have to stay focus and to earn for a living.

I still hope that my left eye will heal in few months time..
[QUOTE=NAIXIL;4916185]Thanks for the advice, I will take your advice to take more vitamins. I do not have any issues in contrast. My vision is perfect when it is in outdoors when there is bright light. The issue surfaces when I am in enclosed area and dim lighted areas, the side left vision becomes blur. And it is only at the sides. Polski, did you had your lasik done and how long did it take to heal? Anyway, the question is now is that if it doesnt get heal, will one be prepared to face the consequences. Anway, I suppose in this case one has to stay positive. Life has to still go on, and that I still have one good eye anyway. I will have to depend on it. There are many things in life such as work we have to stay focus and to earn for a living.

I still hope that my left eye will heal in few months time..[/QUOTE]

I had lasik done july 2011. I'm 23 so i'm not sure if that has anything to do with the eyes healing fast or not. Although I did have blurring it really took about 2 months for it to go away. I wouldn't worry about that too much it does seem normal considering you had a laser blast your eye. Every organ in the body heals and as long as your healthy blurring in your eye should not be a problem. You have no choice but to be optimistic same with me so enjoy your eyes =]

I have a terrible ghosting problem with my right eye and it's hard to see things in dim lit areas with both eyes. I'm looking forward for a re treatment even. Doesn't sound like your situation is bad just remember constant eye drops especially before bed and after waking up. Lots of water and vitamins.

So you're saying your vision in doors is worse than it was before? Mine is the same way also I feel like I need more lighting when I previously didn't need it.
[QUOTE=Polski;4916712]Thanks haha. My ghosting problem has not went away unfortunately. Even if it does go away I will still have problems seeing clearly indoors. Even though I'm uncomfortable about my vision I still think it's not too bad. We both would have to keep hoping for the best because there really is no other option. It does get better I found out but not exactly where I want my vision to be. Do you have any day time glare in the morning? Such as massive amounts of glare through the windows? Or driving early morning toward the sun? It hurts my eyes even I NEED sunglasses.

I will be glad to talk more about this stuff to you personally if you would wish.[/QUOTE]

Anyway, keep your spirts high yeah. Although we may not be perfect eyesight after this surgery, we need to understand that there are some things that are important in life apart from eyesight as well, our physical wellbeing of the body and health is important. Do some exercise to keep fit! =)

I do not have glaring systoms in the morning, only sunblasting at night. But to me it is still acceptable. It's okay to wear sunglasses in the morning..it looks cool~~

Le'ts encourage each other and be positive. Keep our spirts high. Even if we do not get heal fully, we need to accept that this will be a fact and carry on...right?
[QUOTE=NAIXIL;4917252]Anyway, keep your spirts high yeah. Although we may not be perfect eyesight after this surgery, we need to understand that there are some things that are important in life apart from eyesight as well, our physical wellbeing of the body and health is important. Do some exercise to keep fit! =)

I do not have glaring systoms in the morning, only sunblasting at night. But to me it is still acceptable. It's okay to wear sunglasses in the morning..it looks cool~~

Le'ts encourage each other and be positive. Keep our spirts high. Even if we do not get heal fully, we need to accept that this will be a fact and carry on...right?[/QUOTE]

Yes there is no other option but to be positive. There are things that I like about my vision and things I don't. There are up sides and down sides to everything. It honestly doesn't seem like you have much of a problem. Come back in 2 weeks and a month and let me know how it is =]

Your night vision is fine as well? Same as before?





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