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You're being very proactive in making your decision and that is good! Most of the Dr's will ok you to go ahead with it but they do not tell you that all the little complications you may have could be permanent. Most say they will go away in time so just get all the facts if you can. Get a lasik surgeon that also does other eye procedures too if one is in your location. The lasik clinics are in it for the $$ so your best bet is a DR. not solely relying on lasik to make a living.
Pupil size, my Dr. said it is not so much a factor these days and it has not been proven to be the source of all the night vision issues. He is one of the leading surgeons in the field so I think he may be right. Mine are 6.8 to 7.2mm and I have the night vision issues but everyone does at first. I'm 2 months post op and cannot make the decision if he is correct yet as it is to early for me.
Not sure about the flat corneas. Just get a reputable DR and see what he says. You may have to live with issues so I'm not sure I would do it if any underlying factors come into play. I had no issues except I had astigmatism and -6.00 in one eye and -5.25 in the other. I now have slightly dry eyes and they are getting better, I have halos and star bursts at night still. Traffic lights are double from a distance, my left eye is -.075 and blurry. I see 20/20 with both eyes most of the time. I wear reading glasses now but I'm 47 so it was expected.
Good luck in your decision and I hope all goes in your favor!





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