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... I had Lasik performed two years ago. I have difficulty reading anything without reading glasses. If you go out to dinner, you better make sure you have reading glasses else you will NOT be able to read the menu. ... (4 replies)
... I am almost 45 and considering Lasik or PRK surgery this year. ... (3 replies)
... I was really hoping not to have ended up here but here I am. I had lasik done 8 days ago and experienced a corneal abrasion immediately after surgery. ... (10 replies)

... Hi. I'm 38. I had lasik done on both eyes 11 years ago. Best money I ever sent, but... ... (4 replies)
... to the near, and the right eye for distance, I ended up reading small scripts but the distant vision is blurry , as if I have traded my long sightedness with short one. ... (5 replies)
... I am 51 years old myopic and presbyopic. I had lasik done on both eyes for distant correction 3 weeks ago. ... (3 replies)
... Near vision is impacted for a few weeks because the lasik suction thing injures the eye muscles. Just one of the many little facts they dont tell you. ... (36 replies)
... I had Monovision done over a year ago. Before my Lasik I swapped lenses on my glasses. ... (2 replies)
... I spent a lot of time reading and using the computer. ... (6 replies)
... close reading is a problem. We all go thru the Presbyopia stage at some point. LASIK will not correct that. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Jeff, welcome to HB. Monovision isn't for everyone. If they said that the brain can't tell the difference from the get go, then they are not telling the truth. If you had lived all your life using two eyes together for fine binocular vision, out of the blue, you have to do differently, how is it possible that you can't tell the difference? For most people, it takes... (1 replies)
... I went to a Lasik consultation today and was told I would need to have PRK due to a think cornea and I would still need glasses for reading all the time. So they mentioned getting Monovision which is correcting one eye for distance and one for reading and the brain can't tell the difference. ... (1 replies)
... Once i turn 40 i was told that i could very well need reading glasses at that time but that is a good long way off. ... (1 replies)
... I have been reading the horror recovery stories. I am just hoping I got "lucky". ... (2 replies)
... nt to encourage everyone who is considering this surgery to really do their best due diligence by talking to DOZENS if not a hundred of other patients as well as reading any blogs, posts, columns etc. ... (9 replies)
... Last question, thank you for your patience, does anyone know if he can have classic Lasik now on the one left eye now or on both now, since it is messed up now? ... (4 replies)
... I feel so much better reading here and that I'm not the only one! I am still blurry after one month. I guess it takes a while to heal...I had no idea HOW long before I did this surgery! ... (6 replies)
May 27, 2008
... I had lasik at about 42 and am 51 now. With the exception of needing reading glasses, my eyes are really good. I am also a Type II Diabetic now. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for all your advise! I am keeping my eyes well lubricated, but still very blurry in one of them. Hopefully that will go away. I will need reading glasses it seems, apparently the monovision will help me with computer reading, but since my job is paperwork intesive, I am relying on drug store glasses. ... (6 replies)
... I had lasik nearly a month ago. ... (37 replies)

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