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... 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)
... I'm still shaking my head after my lasik on April 30th. I am so clear! I think that the "it takes time for the cornea to heal" in my case wasn't true. I just wasn't corrected enough. ... (67 replies)
... Hi, I had the custom lasik done about 5 weeks ago and have been experiencing the night time issues. The first week I had severe halos and glare in dim lights and at night. ... (4 replies)

... Also, in a dark room when I am about 10 feet from my monitor, the screen seems to drift out to the bottom right, is this called glare? (4 replies)
... not painful and recovery was fairly quick. I did have majorly dry eyes for a couple of weeks after which severely affected my life and work but this did improve after a couple of weeks and although my eyes have been slightly dry ever since, I think they were dry before the op anyway. ... (0 replies)
... I had lasik about four and a half years ago, my eyes were pretty bad before and I had an astygmatism, but obviously because I had the money I was a "good candidate". ... (23 replies)
... s have improved much. My left eye which was a little blurry with "glare" which was annoying especially when I was watching TV really improved. There is no more glare so watching TV now is great! It seems like almost overnight the glare and blurriness went away! So I'm very happy about that. ... (31 replies)
... yes. Mine can be MILDLY dry at the end of a day wearing contacts. I think all the little annoyances with contacts will help me deal with some of the annoyances after lasik. Some blurred vision, some halos in night driving, some dry eye. I have all of that now with contacts! I'm in Chicago, winters can be dry... ... (11 replies)
... I am waiting for my halo, glare to disappear, so far, I am one month post op and I haven't noticed any improvement in halo and glare. ... (7 replies)
... in the healing period. I know I remember a doctor telling me that it can take even as long as 18 months for some people to heal which I have to imagine includes glare and starbursts at night. ... (7 replies)
... I had Lasik done about four months ago. Prior to having it I did not do any extensive research on Lasik. ... (2 replies)
... The other night I was driving around and thought about the whole glare thing. I know that it is a side effect, but I can honestly say that I don't remember how much glare I had before surgery compared to what I have now. ... (2 replies)
... I had lasik 5 months ago. ... (1 replies)
... and in minutes be cures is definitely a miracle, DAY vision is SUPERBLY SHARP, CLEAR, very very good, NIght is also good and sharp, except for some slight glare, but i could drive if i had to, i went with Dr. ... (3 replies)
... i kinda felt like some part of me is gone, 20 years i've been watching myself with glasses, sure they got dirty they got on my nerves, maybe even because of all lasik marketing they got even more on my nerves. ... (15 replies)
... that are made to reduce glare at night or in dark enviros.. ... (7 replies)
... I know there is no way to tell if someone is going to have chronic dry eyes after surgery. Just want some reassurance that it will get better over time. ... (6 replies)
... So I had lasik done in July 25th. 2011 which is 3 months post op, and i'm not enjoying my vision. In fact, my vision is all I nearly think about! Let me explain further. ... (3 replies)
... What's a "high street " place? (67 replies)
... The answer depends entirely on each person. Just make sure you go somewhere where they do lots and lots of tests on you and don't rush you through like a conveyer belt to just get your cash off you. Check corneal thickness, check how wide your pupils are (will effect night-time glare if you have larger pupils) . I wouldn't recommend the high-street places as when I did my... (67 replies)

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