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... But I had PRK done which takes longer to heal and your vision to hone in. I dont know if you had PRK done but if you did, I'd wait atleast 2 full months to see some kind of improvement and atleast 6 months to see clearly. ... (5 replies)
... I had PRK done in October 2012. ... (2 replies)
Did PRK in OCT
Jun 14, 2007
... Jake, I just read your post in another thread and I don't think an enhancement is out of the question. I had very thin corneas. That's why the epi followed by PRK enhancement. Your PRK eye has had very little tissue removed and they can do more. ... (8 replies)

... ll. His eyes were much worse than mine, though. He couldn't see anything without his glasses and he couldn't handle contacts. I am a candidate for LASIK but I have a genetic predisposition to develop Keratonconus so the doctor suggested PRK since he says it will eliminate that risk. ... (5 replies)
... xx on both eyes and have been for a while. I went to a very reputable place in newport beach with a very reputable doctor that people I personally known have gone to. ... (7 replies)
... Hey cooler kid. I thought the same thing when I read these. Statistically very few have issues after the first few months. Those who do are miserable and sometimes severely impacted. ... (4 replies)
... The doctors are advertised as being "experts", and maybe they are, but you have to remember that the best doctors do not need to offer discounts. ... (19 replies)
... nce 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? ... (1 replies)
... Are there any options for people like me who have exhausted refractive surgery options? ... (0 replies)
... at 3 months. So for the next 3 months minimum you have to live in blurryville or get glasses. ... (9 replies)
... It sounds like you had both eyes done at the same time. I can understand your frustration with that. ... (25 replies)
... I feel much better after reading all the posts here, I really wanted to hear from people who had had the procedure, not just sites trying to sell the surgery and telling you how safe it is. ... (6 replies)
... Astigmatism is usually caused by corneal irregularities, not by lens problems. Most people, if they live long enough, will develop cataracts, and require lens replacement. So if you're older, and have lost your natural "accommodation", then doing a lens replacement (sometimes called RLE or CLE) to treat the refractive error is a very effective treatment without the LASIK... (3 replies)
... I thought I had done my research and knew the complications and, all in all, my surgery and results have gone well. ... (3 replies)
Help and advice
Jun 5, 2012
... before. So what everything perfectly, it depens on the amount of this problems, some don't see it as much, other are crippled because of it. Believe me, if you had issues like nightvision loss, you wouldn't be able to function normally, watch tv, drive a car at night indoor jobs etc. Oh belive me. ... (22 replies)
... OMG, did you actually say out loud, "Why couldn't I have been turned down? ... (10 replies)

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