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... I think that monovision is for those people who are going from nearsighted to farsighted. I can't remember what I read about it. I had lasik done 2 months ago tomorrow. ... (11 replies)
... with the vision in my right eye being a bit better. I was struggling with small print prior to the surgery. ... (5 replies)
... I'm still getting used to it. I lost my close up vision I had which I used for reading before surgery. I called it my reverse bifocal since I would look under my glasses or just take them off to read. ... (5 replies)

... I am considering having Lasik done next month but do not want to have monovision. I am very nearsighted and also need glasses for reading and computer work, so I wear glasses all of the time. However, my vision is good within a 7 inch range. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. I think you're right. Only several days after my earlier post, my vision has changed significantly. ... (5 replies)
... lasik. It has been three weeks and I still have poor vision both distance and reading. Is this normal or am I considered a stastistic for a botched surgery? ... (0 replies)
... Hello! I'm 42, nearsighted - and after losing yet another pair of glasses, I'm planning to get my eyes fixed once and for all. (Here are my numbers: R: -3.25 -1.50 116 / L: -4.25 -1.75 72) However, I've been noticing the 40+ thing for a couple years now, so I want to have my fixed as well - and there are a few very interesting options on the market. ... (0 replies)
... asik and only need a thin pair of glasses for driving and movies. Two is fully correct one eye, undercorrect the other. Three is correct both fully and depend on reading glasses. For those with mild myopia, not getting the surgury in the first place is an option. ... (5 replies)
... I opted out of Lasik correction for this reason. I have always been nearsighted but see quite well close up and can read the small print on bottles, etc. They told me I would exchange my near vision for the far. No thanks. ... (11 replies)
... close. I am considering LASIK for distance, and would then need reading glasses for close work. ... (4 replies)
... and age 59. Before Lasik i could see quite well all items close up but since having lasik i now need reading glasses, so it is an issue. The first few months was particularly bad as it took time for the brain and muscles in the eye to adjust. ... (3 replies)
... and dry eyes. I've read that you can expect your vision to improve for up to a year after the surgery. ... (19 replies)
... I've been nearsighted as long as I can remember. Glasses from about 6 years old, contacts at 14. ... (28 replies)
... months for the full effects to take place. You may have excellent vision the day after and no complications, but expect that you will have ups and downs for a bit. ... (5 replies)
... t 2 months ago and am generally happy with it. One thing I want you to clearly understand is that the laser treatment for farsighted people differs from that for nearsighted people and therefore, the recovery time is a lot longer. ... (4 replies)
... old male. I had bladeless Lasik done on both eyes back in January of this year. I was quite nearsighted prior to the surgery. Unfortunately, I was overcorrected and became farsighted for the first time in my life. ... (2 replies)
... However with glasses am recently having trouble reading things at reasonable distance. This is prebyopia. ... (3 replies)
... ghtly more blurry than others such as red when looking a the computer or monitor screens. And a couple of other things you will need more light to read even with reading glasses, you will see halos around signs and lights at night for awhile. It will take time but most of this will clear up. ... (5 replies)
... is protective of presbyopia as it can prolong the need for reading glasses because if you have trouble with near vision you can simply remove your glasses and read or eat. Presbyopia and being nearsighted are not related in that presbyopia will not correct it. ... (2 replies)
... up vision has returned! Even with only one eye corrected, I can see the computer with no glasses. ... (20 replies)

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