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... How high is your Astigmatism and do you have any myopia? ... (6 replies)
... Usually, poor vision is hereditary but can also be caused by disease. When you go for your consultation, they will determine if your eyes can be helped by the intralasik. Advancements have been made in these procedures to the point that almost any vision can be corrected. ... (6 replies)
... If you had known about the potential astigmatism would you have gone forward? ... (6 replies)

... in my left, astigmatism is actually my biggest problem. I don't know about my left eye but, I think my doctor said I am 3.1 astigmatism in my right eye. I just found out that I am a candidate and am scheduled for my surgery this coming Wednesday. I don't know anything about intralasik. ... (6 replies)
Should I do it?
Feb 26, 2012
... Thank you for your feedback. The starbursts and halos are a big concern for me. ... (8 replies)
... I had blurrines in right eye, now it's a bit rare, I think maybe eye dryness or depending on the days, moisture in the air whtever. Reality is you need to be patient, I know, advertising and these clinics make it sound simple. ... (27 replies)
... Funny you posted today, as I was just getting ready to ask you a question...did you notice your vision comes and goes? ... (30 replies)
... I would suggest that you go check out a few other places that do the surgery to get some other opinions. The only reason that I can see you getting the surgery is to correct for the astigmatism since your sight is actually pretty good. But, I don't know how high your astigmatism is. ... (8 replies)
... cription alone does not determine whether you are a LASIK candidate. Other factors such as corneal thickness, corneal curvature, eye pressure, and the health of your eyes all play a role in determining candidacy. ... (6 replies)
... Left eye went well, and it is seeing as it should. ... (30 replies)
... He is regarded as one of the best refractive eye surgeons in the entire country. ... (19 replies)
... hear all the stories about how people have the surgery and instantly see well, and then the next day they are with perfect vision and working and driving. ... (28 replies)
... Just some from the top of my head would be, the size of your pupils. They can't be too big and I don't think they can be too small. ... (3 replies)
... I work in a bank in a small town where everyone is pretty close knit. ... (3 replies)
... So, there is this minor distortion when I am reading something from a distance. My doc has told me that will correct itself and I am not worried. Anyway, your question about whether the cost is worth it? ... (7 replies)
... to the near, and the right eye for distance, I ended up reading small scripts but the distant vision is blurry , as if I have traded my long sightedness with short one. ... (5 replies)
... My general feeling on the topic is that it is very unlikely that we will have to put up with the poor night vision "for life. ... (30 replies)
... with high astigmatism and was qualified by two surgeons. ... (3 replies)
... e! I had mine done on February 13th this year and although I do not have floaters, I did have the dry eye which eased significantly at the 2 month mark. I have astigmatism in one eye so I'm not happy with the blurry vision and it is my dominant eye so that makes it worse. ... (6 replies)
... ught I would post some thoughts from my surgery. Last Friday I did epi on my left eye only. From what I have read the biggest problem people have with epi or prk is that they have crappy vision for weeks and it is debilitating. ... (11 replies)

Associated Tags: blurry after lasik, complications, double vision, dry eye, over correction, starbursts

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