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... I have considered doing Lasik or PRK or something in the future, but I have a question.... ... (2 replies)
... How soon after Lasik can I wear contacts? ... (2 replies)
... You can wear contacts after lasik. My doctor told me that some people do have a hard time wearing them due to dryness though. I had lasik about four years ago and recently needed to go back to contacts because I need an enhancement and I don't want to do it yet. ... (2 replies)

... The surgeon says I am a good candidate. ... (40 replies)
... From what I understand, yes you can wear contacts again. ... (2 replies)
... For example, Zeiss has an i.Scription line of wavefront eyeglass lenses that are available through some optometrists. These are the lenses I wear, ironically after myself getting wavefront LASIK and PRK four years ago. ... (8 replies)
... I had Lasik about 5 years at about age 40. I was told I was pretty much ideal candidate. ... (0 replies)
... My problem was that I hated contacts, especially in my right eye, were it would bug the living hell out of me. It always felt like there was something in it. Well, guess what? ... (6 replies)
... strated right now, and need some of your help to know if anyone has had similar occurrences post lasik, and I'll try to keep this as short as possible. Basically I play soccer and I am a Goalkeeper so my vision is absolutely vital to the position. ... (0 replies)
... I had lasik done just under 3 weeks ago. Its been a roller coaster since then. Here's my story so far. ... (28 replies)
... I had my lasik surgery March 21, 2014. I thought it was a good choice since I had been wearing glasses since I was 12 years old and now I'm 29...so more than half of my life I've spent wearing contacts or glasses. ... (6 replies)
... and at 40 started having problems seeing close up as well. several years ago, my doc recommended monovision contacts so that i could see close up without reading glasses and also distance. i immediatedly loved them. ... (11 replies)
... I had lasik about four and a half years ago, my eyes were pretty bad before and I had an astygmatism, but obviously because I had the money I was a "good candidate". ... (23 replies)
... This is my story of my femtosecond LASIK eye surgery. If you have any questions, please ask. I will update this thread as time goes by. ... (3 replies)
... Well, its been over 2 years in the making, but I finally took the decision to go ahead and proceed with the 'Femto' LASIK procedure. ... (6 replies)
... but all these LASIK experiences motivated me to share mine, as well. First off, let me start off by explaining a little bit about my personality. ... (15 replies)
... Thank you so much for your quick reply. I am so torn on what to do with the lasik. ... (8 replies)
... The only thing I can tell you about pregnancy and eyes is that my sister wore contacts before she ever got pregnant but, once she was pregnant, she couldn't wear her contacts anymore because somehow, a woman's eyes actually change shape while they are prego. So, her contacts didn't fit anymore. ... (8 replies)
Afraid of Lasik
Feb 10, 2005
... I'm 67 years young, but I thought I'd share my vision experience with you to help you overcome your fear. I started wearing glasses when I was in college, but later, I transitioned to hard contacts when I began my career in the aerospace world. ... (10 replies)
... hat happens to you in the long run. Might be great if you are a prime candidate with a thick cornea, low scrip and small pupils, but since I'm fuctioning well in contacts I can't see the risk being worth the gain for me at this time. ... (1 replies)


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