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... I'm a creative writing student, reading is my life. He keeps saying he's happy with the results. Well, I'm not. ... (1 replies)
... It is still blurry even for reading armlength or closer and the crispness is not there. Feels like wearing a dirty contact lens. ... (9 replies)
Lasik 2 weeks ago
Feb 10, 2012
... I had LASIK surgery last June & July. Both had "ripe" cataracts. My right eye was the dominant,so it's for distance which is now almost 20. The left eye is for reading,so it's not the same. This was a better choice for me. That way I don't have to wear glasses for reading. I was amazed after the right eye was done. I was able to see immediately after the surgery. The left eye... (8 replies)

... mprove in life quality after LASIK is extraordinary, according to our patients. ... (4 replies)
... Lasik is generally for distance and not reading. Is distance a problem for you, or is it just close up. It may be jsut that you simply need reading glasses? ... (4 replies)
... I have just been reading some of the threads on unclear vision after lasik. I have had the Surgery on the 10th June and its now the 13th. ... (6 replies)
... It took my eyes almost 6 weeks to get to 20/40 then another 4 weeks to get to 20/20. But I had PRK done which takes longer to heal and your vision to hone in. I dont know if you had PRK done but if you did, I'd wait atleast 2 full months to see some kind of improvement and atleast 6 months to see clearly. PS... If you get PRK done complain about the pain, keep complaining... (5 replies)
... and really couldn't get adjusted to it. Years later when considering lasik, I was told I could have monovision. I opted no! At the time I didn't mind wearing reading glasses and I wanted to see far far away. Now the reading glasses are getting to be a pain. But if I had to do it again, I would do the same. ... (2 replies)
... I'm 46 and had monovision lasik done so I would NOT need to wear reading glasses. One eye is made perfect for distance and the other purposely myopic for reading. ... (6 replies)
... As an added plus, I also do not need my reading glasses. I was wearing contact lenses for over 30 years and then started wearing reading glasses on top of that when I turned fourty. ... (67 replies)
... existant glasses. Also, I use the supermarket reading glasses for reading in bed and now I accidentally seem to grab them for my midnight bathroom trips! ... (2 replies)
... I had lasik a month ago, I had it for monovision so I have one eye for reading and one eye for distance. ... (5 replies)
... I've been wearing glasses for several years for reading only. I recently had to renew my driver's license at the DMV and had trouble reading the eye chart beyond the first line. So, I was able to read into that little machine on the counter and renewed my license. ... (2 replies)
... If that happens, I may just leave the PRK eye alone and it will become my reading eye and I will have the Lasik eye ehnanced all the way to hopefully 0.00. ... (5 replies)
... ank" for later on. I understand there's an adjustment period and I don't think I want to go through it. I just really want distance clarity and will worry about reading in years to come. I do things that require depth perception and as it is, I hardly have any, so my thought is that monovision may disrupt that further.. ... (5 replies)
... I had epi lasik about 15 days ago. I am so frustrated!!!! I barely can read the computer screen now. Before surgery I had no problems with reading just distance. ... (13 replies)
... I had to take them out after about 12 hours each day. Even with gas perms, I had to use reading glasses in order to see up close. ... (14 replies)
... I had monovision lasik done yesterday. Just the one eye. The eye that was done had an astigmatism. ... (17 replies)
2 Weeks Post Lasik
Jan 31, 2007
... had lasiks a year and a half ago. The halo effect will get better. I only had it for a week or so. I was also told that depending on your age you may always need reading glasses. I notice now that I have real dry eyes. I'm always using eye drops. But it was worth it! ... (17 replies)
... I've been reading this message board for a few months before my procedure. ... (19 replies)

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