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... Yes! And, just to make my point stronger, I don't recall having dry eye before I had Lasik and, my Lasik doc never told me I did. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for the input, and yes you made sense! JKM (10 replies)
... What your doc told you is true. It can even take as long as 18 months from what I have heard. And, different people have different problems. Some, like myself, have a dry eye issue that lasts longer than usual. ... (10 replies)

... I rub my eyes. Especially in the morning when I first wake up, before I put my drops in, while I am trying to see the clock. With as dry as my eyes are first thing in the AM, it is hard to see the clock across the room without rubbing them and just before I put my drops in. I rub them pretty hard. ... (6 replies)
... I've been nearsighted as long as I can remember. Glasses from about 6 years old, contacts at 14. ... (28 replies)
... so im going to divide it up into smaller chapters. ... (6 replies)
... I think that in general it probably is more likely to read about the bad stories. However, having been to many lasik sites myself, I think this forum is a bit different. There are plenty of happy lasik patients here too. ... (8 replies)
... my vision was clear enough I could have driven myself, but one eye wasn't as sharp as the other one and they were very irritated still. The doctor looked into my eyes and said their was some swelling but it would go away. He had me read from a chart and one eye was much easier to see with. ... (3 replies)
... Both eyes done. ... (18 replies)
... I can't drive in the dark anymore... multiple tail lights and unable to tell which lane anyone in front of me is occupying. ... (11 replies)
... Hi I hope things improve for you, I know how desperate you must feel. ... (7 replies)
... I know myself for the first few weeks after surgery I was using eye drops several times an hour. My vision would fluctuate a lot the first few weeks because my eyes were really dry and also because when I put the eye drops in it made my vision a little blurry. ... (2 replies)
... About a month and a half ago I decided to call up a company that is leading in Scandinavia in laser eye surgery. I wanted to know if I would be a candidate to have the surgery or not, since I had been thinking about getting it for quite a few years but it's very expensive. ... (3 replies)
... Eye Drops are very important. And, my doctor told me when I first had my surgery to make sure to use the drops on a fairly regular schedule because, despite what I was feeling, I may have some dryness and not even know it. ... (5 replies)
... Whiskey, what did your dry eye doctor tell you the problem was? ... (25 replies)
... I am waiting for my halo, glare to disappear, so far, I am one month post op and I haven't noticed any improvement in halo and glare. I would love to hear your feedback about halo and glare you experienced. ... (7 replies)
... No need to apologize for a long reply. I look forward to them, as I know I'll be reading some good information. ... (30 replies)
... I can't be sure about this but, I think you are still in the healing period. I know I remember a doctor telling me that it can take even as long as 18 months for some people to heal which I have to imagine includes glare and starbursts at night. ... (7 replies)


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