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... more depending does your prescription change over time or you don't break them during some sport or something. But then if your prescription isn't stable, there is no point in going though surgery cause your prescription will then continue to change but from zero. ... (25 replies)
... Since this is the only place I've seen these stories online, I want to add mine as well. ... (0 replies)
... I just had LASIK surgery less than a week ago. ... (3 replies)

... good outcome for about a decade. I didn't need glasses and didn't even have any dry eye experiences until I moved to New Mexico which has a very dry climate and is at a much higher elevation. This was in 2008. In 2009, I required glasses again. ... (3 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)
... riding. In all my years of biking, I had never had to do this, and that terrified me. It was then when I felt my spirits fall and I felt I had betrayed myself. Lasik has taken the joy out of things I love. ... (7 replies)
... This is my story of my femtosecond LASIK eye surgery. If you have any questions, please ask. I will update this thread as time goes by. ... (3 replies)
... Had lasik 3 months ago and I'm not happy, has been the worst 3 months of my life and I am wooried it will never get any better. ... (8 replies)
... Congrats on having the Lasik done. Sorry to hear that you got an abrasion on your left eye. Unfortunately that can happen to anyone during surgery for whatever reasons. ... (31 replies)
... t really relate to you in that respect, I can relate to you in the bluriness, or one eye feeling different from the other. Since you are only 9 days post op, it is WAY too soon to tell how good your vision is going to get. It can take about 6 months for your vision to stabalize. ... (6 replies)
... less lasik 12 days ago. The procedure was a snap and I felt no pain at all. I woke up the next morning and felt like I had an eyelash in my left eye. ... (31 replies)
... eading something in their safety pamphlets that warned that if something went wrong, my eyes would be slit completely open and I would go blind. I definitely see how that could happen! ... (14 replies)
... My surgeon showed it to me before we started the procedure, but when he actually put it on my eye, I saw it for a split second. It isn't painful at all, just a little uncomfortable at first but you get used to it in a few seconds. ... (12 replies)
... Its been two years since I had wavefront Lasik for what was a high prescription e. ... (0 replies)
... they called my name and took to an exam room where an assistant put numbing drops in my eyes. The doctor came in and looked at my eyes and briefly told me again how things would proceed. A couple of minutes later, the nurse took me across the hall to the OR. ... (9 replies)
... I had custom wavefront Lasik six days ago, so yesterday was my last day of medicated drops. ... (23 replies)
... Was it regular lasik or wavefront? ... (15 replies)
... I know this is an old thread... but my experience was almost the exact same. Only difference is my doctor realized why I was in such pain. He said he didn't realize how far back my eyes were and how slanted. ... (3 replies)
... They must have put over a dozen drops in each eye, but not sure how many were for numbing, and a few more when I was laying on the table before the procedure began. ... (14 replies)
... I am going to say the only thing I absolutely despised as the suction to prep for creating the flap. It doesn't hurt, but it really is extremely uncomfortable. I felt like a big wimp, but it is just not a pleasant feeling. Again, was not painful... ... (12 replies)


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