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... idate for lasik, meaning your prescription is relatively low, no astigmatism, perfect corneas, etc...you do not need much expertise. like my doctor told me, the lasik procedure is relatively easy because the laser does all the work. i know many people who had great results with low budget lasik centers. ... (6 replies)
... ery time I got new glasses. Somewhat disoriented and I get a headache due to eyestrain that requires Tylenol. Yesterday I felt like I finally became used to my Lasik view and driving was 10x more comfortable due to my increased vision comfort. ... (4 replies)
... Another few things for quick healing are supposed to be: Humidifier at night, especially if you feel dryness Vit E and C Flax Oil Folic Acid I had my original surgery in 10/04 and just had an enhancement on 11/28/05 and started the suppliment regimne above about one month prior and humidifier the day of and my recovery has been 100% better?! Not sure if it is all in... (11 replies)

... i know a lot of people have trouble with dry eyes. i live is one of the driest climates in the U.S. I sleep with a humidifier on at night. But I have never had trouble with dry eyes. There are several options for you. ... (3 replies)
... I had Lasik 4 years ago. The procedure involves severing the nerve that tells your eyes to water, which will repair itself. ... (10 replies)
... Use a humidifier in my room at night while I sleep. ... (25 replies)
... in both. Keep using the drops, drink lots of water, get lots of rest, us an eye mask at night, take some fish oils or omega 3 pills, and try getting a humidifier if you stare at a computer a lot. Good luck!! ... (3 replies)
Lasik 11-14-07
Jan 6, 2008
... I think a humidifier couldn't hurt. ... (1 replies)
... me every time I go that I need to ust wait for it to heal cause they aren't sure what else to say.....I am very healthy and drink lots of water. I sleep with a humidifier and put drops in 10 times a day. ... (8 replies)
... ve any sort of fans or heating vents that blow in the direction of your bed when sleeping. That stuff will really dry you out! You can also try sleeping with a humidifier near your bed. I hope that your dryness and your vision continue to improve, and that things get better for you real soon! ... (18 replies)
... I have to say that things are getting a lot better and it's only been a couple months. My eyes were super dry before LASIK and I've seen a lot of improvement already. Remember to keep using your drops throughout the day even if you don't think you need them. ... (16 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. I understand what you mean about light overflowing it's borders. I'm now 32 days post-op and I still experience that. Restaurants and other dimly-lit areas seem to have gotten a little better for me, but I may just be used to it. I had my one-month follow-up last week. My doctor said I was 20/15 in both eyes (I barely made out 3/5 letters on the... (10 replies)
... So I had Lasik one month ago. ... (0 replies)
... I hope that you are having a good day today! My new humidifier holds 2 gallons of water and my smaller one holds 1 gallon, so it's not that much bigger, but it looks a lot bigger. The motor part is more complicated I think. ... (8 replies)




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