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... haze, but noticed my right eye was really blurry. ... (4 replies)
... I'm just waiting for my left eye to catch up because even though the difference isn't too much its still messing up my vision a bit at close up but looking at objects far away is very good. ... (5 replies)
Did PRK in OCT
Jun 13, 2007
... lasik last summer and did not have good results in one eye and then regressed so I had an enhancement with PRK in December. I'm sorry to say I still haven't had good results and have regressed again. I know some have good vision post PRK, but I didn't. ... (8 replies)

Skin of the eye
Sep 10, 2006
... has not grown back smoothly. The skin has not adhered to the surface of cornea and the skin cells have not been sloughing off . They are stacking on one another like a cluster in the center of the eye instead of becoming one smooth layer. ... (0 replies)
... and was told my blurriness was from some inflammation and was normal. Over the weekend, my vision stayed about the same. ... (4 replies)
... or so in the left eye. They miscalculated the prescription. This is why I highly recommend getting a very good optometrist to spend some time and provide you with an accurate prescription. ... (26 replies)
... Had laser PRK surgery done (in left eye) about 4 months ago vison is like 20/30.. the doctor says they can do a procedure to remove the haze/ cell cluster that still remains present with a scalpel (epithelial scraping), wondering how risky it may be and if any chance it might improve my vision better. (0 replies)
... Hey Bunny. Sorry for the late reply. I was on vaca last week. My night vision is ok. I don't have a lot of problems with halos, but my vision in my left eye is still jacked up. ... (31 replies)
... Any update so far? (11 replies)
... I ended up about a half diopter near sighted in that eye which I am pleased with. At my age a little near sighted ness in one eye is kind of handy and anything withing a room I am standing in is very clear. ... (11 replies)
... I'm in a very similar situation. ... (23 replies)
... Sorry for the long post, just getting it off my chest. Skip to the last few paragraphs for my main questions. ... (23 replies)
... overcorrection in both eye and some haze on left. I am wearing reading glasses for computer work, but my distant vision is also not good. I have to wear reading glasses even for driving. ... (26 replies)
... It sounds like you had both eyes done at the same time. I can understand your frustration with that. Mine are scheduled 2 weeks apart, but I can always postponne the second eye until I feel ready. ... (25 replies)
... Good luck to you!!! Get good pain meds! I only had haze for about a week, and it really was not that bad. ... (25 replies)
... so what have you done since then? have you explored wavefront glasses or wavefront prk? (23 replies)
... It was driving me crazy but it went away. I would definetely recommend to use your eyes the least. I used to get headaches when I forced my eyes. ... (5 replies)
... one of my doctors suggested i go through the following first before i consider additional surgery. ... (23 replies)
... I wouldn't have described them as Dandelions myself, originally before first procedures huge long rays in multiple directions and multiple lengths. ... (23 replies)
... apparently mine are due to spherical abberation which is why the topography guided treatment was recommended to me. i too am in the united states and the anticipated arrival time of the devices supposedly is q4 this year but that doesn't necessarily mean they will be primed and ready for action for our situations. ... (23 replies)

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