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... Thanks to everyone who's shared their experiences here. I've noticed however, many people forget to mention their pre-op prescription. I'm particularly curious about the LASIK or PRK experiences of those with higher degrees of myopia, greater than -5.00 or so. I am about -7.5 and am interested in surgery in the future. I'm particular curious about: -How is your night... (11 replies)
... the greater the chance of undercorrection or overcorrection. ... (11 replies)
... but I would not describe my vision as "perfect" the next day or even a week later, because of the halos and glare, and the dry eyes. I am happy that it is constantly improving though. ... (11 replies)

... ble to the point that I don't notice any discomfort. The halos at night aren't great but it's a trade off that I can live with considering that I was at the end of my rope with glasses and contacts. Good luck. ... (11 replies)
... c he said as I age, it would correct itself when most people were starting to wear readng glasses. Best of luck n your decision. ... (11 replies)
... See my post on 4/4/2007 here. (11 replies)
... My vision was 20/500 before I had lasik 4 yrs. ago. At that time I was told my close vision would change quicker due to my age. I am 49 now. Sadly, my distance vision was the one to change. I returned to the dr. last year to ask for an enhancement procedure. The dr. refused stating that if he did the procedure I would totally lose my close vision. He suggested mono vision... (11 replies)
... Yeah i had really bad eye sight and I had LASIK about 8 months ago. I didn't really have any problems except for some mildly dry eyes but that went away. (11 replies)
... My eyes were -7.50. I knew going in that I would need at least 2 procedures to get to the final result. My second procedure was at least 6-9 months after the first because my eyes kept changing prescriptions rapidly as they healed from the first lasik (my doctor said this was fairly unusual). For the first year or two after the second procedure, I had night halos and glare,... (11 replies)
... Thanks a lot for your reply chris528. Would you do it again if you had a choice? (11 replies)
... I had surgery on Feb 29 and was a -8.0 on my right eye and -7.0 on my left. I experienced halos and glares pre surgery and still have them now, only slightly worse. Overall my night vision is poor but it's manageable. My first week post op my eyes were extremely dry, particularly my left. I was using the drops every 1/2 hour. This week though I have seen significant... (11 replies)
... In my case, I consider having to wear glasses for reading or working on the computer just a part of the aging process. I do not need glasses most of the time. I do enjoy tremendously being able to drive, play golf, do archery and a number of outside activities without glasses. ... (36 replies)
... First I would like to tell you that I am a 55 year old man and I had presbyiopia as well as moderate myopia and astigmatism since I was ten. I wanted to undergo lasik surgery to correct my distance vision and knew right away that this would not help the prebyopia. ... (7 replies)

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