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... I'm so glad I finally heard from someone! I have been going NUTS after my surgery on March 24th. ... (30 replies)
... I had PRK on Feb.15 on my right eye and March 1st on my left eye. It will take awhile to heal. ... (30 replies)
Anyone have PRK??
Jun 13, 2006
... you to you all for reassuring me that what I am going through right now is normal. I just had PRK done at the Valley Eye Care Center 1 week ago tomorrow... ... (30 replies)

... etting a LITTLE better. Maybe that's just in my head. I don't know. I go in for another exam tomorrow morning, then on Saturday. Hopefully the injured eye will have healed enough for a corrective lense. In the mean time, I have been wearing magnifying glasses to help me and, they do help a bit. ... (30 replies)
Anyone have PRK??
Apr 13, 2006
... I got a new pair of Rx lenses so I could function while my eyes heal. He told me they won't heal as fast if I keep the lenses in. Again, I have to have them so I can drive and work. So he told me to take them out at night. That's what I've been doing since Saturday and with out the lenses, I seem to be okay. ... (30 replies)
... I was not at all prepared for this, as we were all expecting LASIK. The PRK was sprung on me that day just a few hours before the procedure. I had absolutely no information on it at all. ... (30 replies)
... You are really going through a lot. I'm sorry it's not going well. I don't know why they did both eyes at once, because with PRK and the extended healing time involved, most doctors recommend getting one eye done at a time. ... (30 replies)
... getting better for you. Those first two weeks are so delicate, that if people are going to panic about their eyes, that's the time it happens. I think they could have better prepared you for what to expect as far as outcome. ... (30 replies)
... p Don't get me wrong, I can see enough to do what I have to do, but it is never crystal clear as many lasik patients have said they have. My husband has had lasik and never complains about a thing. How rude is that? ... (25 replies)
... there Brown Eyes! Don't worry too much about getting PRK. Better to be safe than sorry. My corneas were thick enough but my astigmatism is what forced the PRK. PRK is actaully a safer procedure because they do no cutting of a flap. There is not risk of flap errors or tearing corneas. ... (25 replies)
... My husband had lasik about 5 months ago and nevers has one complaint. For a majority of people, it's the best thing they have ever done. I had to have PRK. They do not make the flap with PRK, instead, they go through the cornea instead of under it. It has been a not so good experience for me. ... (4 replies)
... have your file copied and sent to another laser eye surgeon, or a very good optometrist, and have them go over it all with you. I am in the midst of all of that right now. ... (26 replies)
... one in the morning and one later in the day for a total of 1,000mg a day. The one doctor suggests to his patients to start taking it 5 days prior to the procedure and continue for a couple of weeks after. ... (25 replies)
... I hated glasses and had grown tired of contacts. So I had Lasik. I am here to tell you that I am glad that I had the surgery. With out a doubt the best money I have ever spent on my eyes. I did not feel a thing during the surgery and could see well as soon as I got up off the table. ... (1 replies)
Aug 10, 2005
... Lasek and PRK are different procedures. My impression is that it is a cross between Lasik and PRK. In Lasik a flap is cut. In PRK the epithelium layers are dissolved and removed enitirely. ... (15 replies)
... MY procedure cost 1000 euros per eye, so it's not cheap at all in my country. Well the same procedure 3 years ago was 2000 euros per eye, but clinics have been poping around, in my small countray and town, now there are 4 clinics who provide lasik or prk. ... (25 replies)
... then you can have the other done. They usually advise to wait 2 or more weeks between eyes. ... (5 replies)
... The decision to do laser eye surgery, whether PRK or LASIK, is yours alone. ... (2 replies)
... e, higher likelihood of regression, and increased chance of corneal scarring in high myopes put me off. Plus there seems to be similar incidence of dry eye with PRK anyway, despite common belief that it SHOULD be less? ... (1 replies)
Aug 9, 2005
... thing and said that the epithelium cells healed really nicely. I only had to wear the eye shield to sleep until the end of the week. I know that with lasik you have to be careful with the flap for at least a month. I continued with my schedule of drops. With PRK I had to use the drops a lot longer than lasik patients. ... (15 replies)

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