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... Yes my wife and she still has problems (1 replies)
... Any vision problems post Intralase with either Lasik Plus or Christenbury? ... (1 replies)
... I had Lasik eye surgery to correct myopia about 5 years ago. I've never really had any serious problems until about a week ago when I started tv shopping. My wife and I brought home a nice 46" Samsung LCD TV and I cannot bear to watch it. ... (0 replies)

... I think he does them all for all of the Lasik Plus locations throughout GA. He's great. Make sure you don't deny yourself the opportunity to watch the surgeries out of fear. ... (28 replies)
Lasik danger!!
Jul 21, 2007
... ago and cannot see to do much of anything. My right eye is blurry constantly and it's puffy when I wake up every morning. My doctor is very well known for his lasik procedure in my area and claims to be the firefighter and police dept. lasik doctor. ... (11 replies)
... James, Dont worry - i'm also in same boat. Did on Feb 29th and the next saturday morning after surgery i was 20/25 very clear but now its hazing out a little after 4 days. I also had same feelings as some foreign particle or eyelash is on my left eye on 2nd day i.e Sunday Morning. I called up the "emergency no" of the Lasik clinic at 9 AM on Sunday and told him... (18 replies)
... I met at least 5 people at work that had had Lasik and some that had family members who did. These real life stories, plus research on the internet and message boards like these, helped me to get a better perspective and make a decision. ... (40 replies)
Lasik is a gamble
Jan 14, 2012
... Since Lasik I now have glasses to drive, glasses to watch Tv, glasses for computer, and glasses to read. Dr. ... (2 replies)
... Avoid it like plague. Seems like they consider loss of wuality of vision normal in lasik industry, or expect you to get uased to it if it is small loss, well loss is loss no matter how small. ... (5 replies)
... I had lasik 5 months ago. ... (1 replies)
... Dre, From my understanding, since I wore my contacts for extended periods (day and night) this did indeed cause my cornea to change shape. That is why I was asked to be out of them for as long as possible, the longer the better. After being out of them for 2 months, the change in refraction was .-50 in each eye, I believe, so they didn't consider this abnormal. The wavefront... (30 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone could help me out with a couple of problems I've been having since I got the procedure done a few days ago. ... (25 replies)
Lasik 11-14-07
Jan 6, 2008
... Hi, I think a humidifier couldn't hurt. I had the surgery on 10/3/07 and did not have any problems with dry eyes, however-with the cold, dry air lately mine have been waking me up at night very dry. But generally, I do not notice the dryness during the day. I did have problems with dry eyes BEFORE surgery, but not since, here are a few possible reasons why: A few... (1 replies)
... Hi all, After years of debating a laser eye procedure, I finally decided to go for it and has my surgery done on the 24th of June this year. I had LASEK done instead of PRK or LASIK. I wasn't given much of a choice in the matter, but I probably would have picked this anyway as it has less risks and problems associated with it, even though the pain and inconvenience of... (0 replies)
Lasik in 8 hours
Apr 3, 2005
... t lumbered myself with vision problems for the rest of my life. ... (4 replies)
... hey, no problem! Yea my doc has done like 30,000+ plus. And remember too, I have anxiety problems, and usually get nervous easily and freak out. But the doctor kept me calm. Just maybe ask your doctor to make sure and talk to you and tell you what he is doing while he is. Because that helped me, saying this is normal, you wont be able to see much for a few seconds, your doing... (10 replies)
... A. U cant get lasik the math doesnt work. ... (2 replies)
... obably not a good idea. Even though they say that pupil size is no longer an issue, as you can see from the stories on here many people have serious night vision problems and large pupils can be a contributing factor. Plus with your thin corneas it seems rather risky, especially for such a small prescription. ... (10 replies)
... (6 replies)
... ock to me given how 'advanced' the wavefront procedure was supposed to be. My surgeon, who has been my regular ophthalmologist, is board certified with years of Lasik experience and has contributed to books on the subject... and this is the best I can get? ... (6 replies)


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