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... with the eye chart even with some residual prescription and am handling my dry eyes pretty well. however the biggest issue I am facing is driving at night especially the headlights and streetlights appearing out of focus and bigger than they actually are. ... (3 replies)
... My night vision has gotten noticeably better over the past few weeks. ... (28 replies)
... I am 3 months post op on my enhancement surgery and night driving is pretty good but starburst were never as bad as they were from the orginal surgery. ... (30 replies)

... Or...you could go for an enhancement in approximately 3-6 months. Your story sounds familiar. My eyes didn't improve much from 1 - 3 months. One of the doctors told me that as a general rule, what you see at 1 month, is what you see at 3 months. There are occasionally exceptions though. I'm still shaking my head after my lasik on April 30th. I am so clear! I think that the... (67 replies)
... triple vision. Couple with blurry vision, this made night driving quite difficult. ... (67 replies)
... Well depends what kind of starbursts, some people experience small starbursting of lights even drugin day, but that is not such a problem, during night its more obvious ofcourse. ... (15 replies)
... I try to describe them to my wife while she is driving at night. I would say mine at their worst are 4 times the distance between car lights off in the distance. ... (30 replies)
... improvement from what I seen at 1 month and from what I read at 6 months starburst should almost be gone. ... (30 replies)
... starburst issue. I can't hardly see to drive at night the halos and starbursts are so big. When I'm driving on a dim road and another car comes along their headlights make me go blind even when I try to look away. ... (3 replies)
... vative person I am, I never felt the risk was worth it. I wore my lenses all day, rarely had an issue, and saw really well with them, and would take them out at night before bed. ... (28 replies)
... I definitely have startburst and night time effects.. but coming from such a bad prescription in the first place... things looked about the same.. ... (5 replies)
... tvision with them and hard to watch on tv in dim light rooms. Now why is that, i didnt have lasik, i had soft lens, at day it was beautiful too see with them, at night not so much, so i prefered glasses at night and for watching tv, pc, gaming, driving etc. ... (12 replies)
... No problems at all except for a bit of a starburst effect around bright lights at night. One day my girlfriend notices my pupils are very big even though it is a bright day. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I had Halos, glare and starbursts to keep my dry eyes company after LASIK! Initially the halo effect appeared in daylight as well the night giving people and objects a halo around them. Glare and starbursts was bad enough to prevent me from driving in the evening as I deemed it too dangerous. ... (7 replies)
... is to avoid that kind of procedure, if there is no guarantee even in this day and age and technlogy about most notorius side effects that impact life like glare, starburst halo etc. ... (15 replies)
... starburst driving at night which is making it quite difficult. ... (22 replies)


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