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... I had a 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)
... you all, my exp with Lasek so far. If I remember I undergone the LASEK surgery way back in June '01 when it was newly introduced. I wasn't an ideal candidate for Lasik cuz' of my thin cornea, it was around 450 Microne. ... (0 replies)
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... How safe is it, are there any long term side effects that anyone is aware of? ... (4 replies)
Frustrated
Jan 13, 2011
... How long was your vision blurry for after surgery? ... (9 replies)
Cremebrulee
Aug 9, 2005
... How long has it been since your surgery? ... (15 replies)
Lasik
Apr 17, 2003
... If you type LASIK into your web browser and poke around a bit, you'll get tons of info. ... (7 replies)
... to because my vision declined and if the enhancement fails, I am afraid I could lose my vision altogether. Just beef up on Vitamin A and take good care of your eyes from here on out. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks a lot for the advice...it meant a lot to me. I'm just back from a eye checkup, and the doctor says everything's fine. My vision's around 6/6 in the left eye,and 6/5 in the right. I have a small thing I'd like to ask. I find that blinking isn't as comfortable as before, and it seems somewhat difficult. I have to consciously make myself blink regularly because it's not... (5 replies)
... Perfectly normal. Your eyes just had major surgery and need time to heal. ... (5 replies)
... Regular Lasik procedure only. ... (19 replies)
Plugs
Apr 25, 2006
... and put the plugs in almost right after my lasik procedure and it made a world of difference. they were tiny little blue things that they put in. didn't hurt at all. ... (1 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)
Survey
Aug 7, 2005
... how long ago did you have your surgery? ... (8 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)
... he discovered that my left eye was actually as bad as my right eye, but my eyes were straining to obtain this 'perfect vision'. From this I had to wear contact lenses to help my eyes to relax to the measured prescription. ... (14 replies)
... I am writing here because I have no one to talk to about this, and have been driving my family crazy with my emotional behavior since my Lasik surgery. ... (11 replies)
Does it hurt?
May 21, 2008
... ce to cut the flap. He then removes the first device and turns off the suction. Your vision is restored but can be a little blury. He then uses a special swap to dry under the flap and then tells you to look at the red flashing light. This is when the laser is doing the surgery. Try to relax and stay as still as you can. ... (6 replies)
... range. I had plenty of extra flap room when tested for thickness. I had custom Wavefront, Interlace Lasik done on Friday May 16, 2008. I'm on day three of recovery. ... (3 replies)


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