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... Amanda, it is impossible for the eye to change colors due to lasik surgery. The cornea is the outermost layer of the eye where the surgery occurs. The iris is the colored part further in the eye. Its color is pigmented cells that will not be touched during the lasik procedure, so no worries. ... (1 replies)
... hi everyone! lately I have been thinking about getting lasik eye surgery and been doing my research on doctors here in san antonio,tx and getting information on differnt types of surgery and such, you know the basic stuff. ... (1 replies)
... I find that when I wear green shirts my eyes look more green (their actual color). Yet, when I wear blue shirts my eyes look more blue. So... stop wearing blue shirts and switch back to green! :D (3 replies)

... I had Lasik surgery a couple of years ago and I'm very happy with the results, but my eyes were always, they are blue. ... (3 replies)
... Hi! I feel your anxiety and pain - I had conventional ILasik done on 1-15-2010 and, like you, have wondered the same at times - but I have to remember that I spent thirty years severely myopic minus -12.00 on each eye with endless contact and glasses issues; please give yourself time to heal - my eyes continue "to do battle" and my doc reminded me that in my case it was major... (7 replies)
... Lasik Surgery and wondering if I've made the biggest mistake of my life.... Sigh.... ... (7 replies)
... for a month then, I could use anything I wanted. My surgery was almost a year and 8 months ago. I finally found the perfect stuff to take your eye makeup off. My brother's girlfriend is a Mary Kay representative. They have this eye makeup remover called something like "Oil Free Eye Makeup Remover". ... (4 replies)
... I had Lasik in April of 2000 and still have 20/15 vision in both eyes. I will be covered for an enhancement if I should need one, but I'm not anticipating that I will. I waited until my vision was relatively stable before having the procedure, and I am 30 now, so I'm not expecting that it will change again until the normal aging progression around mid-40s or so where I might... (2 replies)
Questioning Lasik
Dec 20, 2006
... is a big trauma to the eye. I know it because I had it done. No pain from contacts or inconvenience of glasses can compare with it. Most people at least have dry eye problem from Lasik which could mean bad vision quality, eye pain, etc. ... (2 replies)
... I also had a horrible experience with LASIK. Before surgery I had a very mild prescription in both eyes. Just enough to be an inconvenience. I have horses and found that was the biggest reason for my decision. ... (5 replies)
... induced. I know I had a slight astigmatism in one eye prior to Lasik, but it was not in both eyes. The doctor said this should heal with time, but to come back if I notice my vision worsening. ... (10 replies)
... I just recently ran across a bunch of research on the fact that the suction ring applied during the procedure may actually have alot to do with dry eye syndrome after lasik. ... (3 replies)
... I had Custom LASIK 22 days ago. Prior to the surgery, I was -9.00 in both eyes. Since the day after the surgery, I have double vision in one eye, and triple vision out of the other. My Dr. is claiming that my retinas are swollen and causing the problem. He prescribed Xibrom drops for me. He said it can take months to heal. I asked him to explain the corneal topography... (4 replies)
... or something like that. If that color is among the ingredients anywhere in eyeshadow, I can forget using it. ... (14 replies)
... Lasik is NOT an overnight miracle. I'm not trying to scare you, but I was happy with my surgery at 72 hours as well. ... (19 replies)
... Hi All, I feel fortunate to have found this website that discusses laser surgery. I've worn hard contacts for 35 years and it has become difficult to correct my vision because it's worsening. Cataracts were also found in my last exam, and the Dr. referred me to a specialist. Initially, we discussed standard laser surgery, but I was told I would probably have to wear... (0 replies)
... Well, I doubt he recommeded Lasik for glaucoma. Probably more along the lines of an ALT or SLT, both of which are laser surgeries, but completely different than LASIK. As far as getting a new doctor, I guess that depends on how comfortable you are with him. It doesn't sound like you have too much confidence and it never hurts to get a second opinion. (12 replies)
... My eye doctor said I should have Laser surgery to prevent glaucoma. ... (12 replies)
... I read a story where a person had a lot of friends who did it and were happy including her twin sister! And yet when she had it done she was left with a bad dry eye problem. Which is very painful! ... (3 replies)

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