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[QUOTE=Regret eyes;4919925]gav, what was your script prior to surgery? Do you have night vision problems?Did anyone else in your medical profession get this done that you know of?If so did they endorse this surgery? Just curious. Thanks![/QUOTE]

I didn't ask my script. Sure wish I had. My contacts were
-1.00 -2.25 left
-0.25 -2.25 right

As for night vision. Oh yes I have been driven around lately. It appears to be easy if its busy and a lot of lights. Highway driving is super hard bc its all dark and then a beam of light peers from headlights.
Distance is bad day or night. I see the halos but to me it just seems to look like it would if it was a foggy night.
I am a school nurse. I have done Pediatrics, OB GYN, and allergy.
I had an ex boyfriend who had it 2 years ago with success. I was with him thru it all and that prompted me. I finally got courage and facebooked any friends who had it and I was suprised with all the friends who have been successful.
I only had one who did say she regretted it bc she uses glasses now but I have never seen her in them. So i don't know.
I have just changed rewetting drops since not all are created equal and they seem better. I just noticed my eyes burned when i put them in and when all the drops cleared i had relief.
Any changes to help. My eyes don't seem dry but decided to keep lubricating them. I mean they did get lasers on them.
[QUOTE=gavchels;4920050]I didn't ask my script. Sure wish I had. My contacts were
-1.00 -2.25 left
-0.25 -2.25 right

As for night vision. Oh yes I have been driven around lately. It appears to be easy if its busy and a lot of lights. Highway driving is super hard bc its all dark and then a beam of light peers from headlights.
Distance is bad day or night. I see the halos but to me it just seems to look like it would if it was a foggy night.
I am a school nurse. I have done Pediatrics, OB GYN, and allergy.
I had an ex boyfriend who had it 2 years ago with success. I was with him thru it all and that prompted me. I finally got courage and facebooked any friends who had it and I was suprised with all the friends who have been successful.
I only had one who did say she regretted it bc she uses glasses now but I have never seen her in them. So i don't know.
I have just changed rewetting drops since not all are created equal and they seem better. I just noticed my eyes burned when i put them in and when all the drops cleared i had relief.
Any changes to help. My eyes don't seem dry but decided to keep lubricating them. I mean they did get lasers on them.[/QUOTE]

You see, you had such minor prescription, and they need to take less of tissue from cornea if prescription is smaller, and you end up witn nightvisin issues, not as crisp etc. And you say your ex had it done and no problems. But considering new lasers and custom guided technologies, and all marketing and specs of laser who are made to prevent nightvision problems, some people end up with problems. To me is seem like it's random... and random surgery success is not a good surgery. And we're not talking about hadn surgery, finger surgery, eyes, prblems with eyes can cause psychological problems, depression etc. really makes me thinks, and if it is really random, how can doctors and staff live with themselves to do this, money? Dear god open a burger joint and get good money, you won't hurt anyone permanently.





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