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... since having lasik, i'm able to notice the floaters in my eyes much more. Not sure if I actually have "more" of them then before, but i can see them easier when outside looking at the sky or at a white background. ... (4 replies)
... yeah i've read about this, how a lot of people notice the floaters after. ... (4 replies)
... I have floaters now. My surgery is at the end of the month, the doc says likely I will be able to see them better than I do now..after I have surgery. ... (4 replies)

... also lasik surgeon for an eye exam and retina exam. Everything was just fine, floater wise. ... (4 replies)
... and I mainly notice this only when I wake up. My biggest annoyance now is "floaters". I had them prior to lasik, but they have definitely gotten worse post lasik. ... (8 replies)
... I had a myopic regression - by the 3 month check, I was stable at -1 and -3 diopters (with about a diopter of astigmatism). The dry eye was quite bad early on, and I had an allergic reaction to one of the drops (a lanolin based overnight dry-eye gel), but now it's fine apart from floaters: I wear glasses (much thinner and lighter than I had before) and use the low-strength... (7 replies)
... lasering, but given the bad floaters and lingering dry eye, I'm not sure I want to go that route. ... (2 replies)
... Not everybody who notice them after surgery has the conviction to put the blame on the surgery, I guess. First I wasn't sure about that cause I thought it was due to my new eyes acuity but every time I'm looking through the window on sunny days it's annoying me so much that I just realize it's more due to the surgery. The acceptance is becoming more easier with time. I just... (4 replies)
Floaters
Sep 26, 2007
... ld fade away by itself in few months, i've the same problem and i feel sorry for you cause i understand the stress it can cause...me too i'm fed up. I'm 8 months post op. Good luck! ... (22 replies)
... I realize now it will take months or even more than a year. I know every experience is different, but anyone out there considering LASIK should be warned that complications occur and recovery time may not be short. ... (5 replies)
... I just wanted to drop by and give an update on my almost 1 year post surgery. So if you've read the previous posts you will find that I was very disappointed with my lasik outcome because it turned my world upside down. ... (6 replies)
... this is late, but I wanted to mention that the sudden appearance of many floaters is something to get checked immediately, if that's what you noticed. ... (3 replies)
... Glad to hear you've seen some improvement. Yes, I also noticed an increase in floaters after surgery. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Missy! Yes, I finally decided to check it out over here. I read a little of your dry eye post, and see that there are others out here with the same problem :(. Sorry you are having the floater issue too. I was hoping it had nothing to do with the lasik, but perhaps it does. I really can't say I remember noticing them before. And they are real obvious now when I look... (4 replies)
... SDV I had some noticeable floaters the first week or so but they have subsided somewhat.I can see them if I concentrate in a bright room or outside in sunny areas. ... (4 replies)
... I guess you need more moral support and people to share their experience with you to calm the post op depression that could occur. Keep courage! Take care of yourself and ENJOY LIFE!, give yourself some gifts...Hope this help. ... (5 replies)
... Both microkeratomes and the bladeless femtosecond laser procedures involve the application of suction to the eye, through a vacuum suction ring, to stabilize the flap cutting instrumentation. Applying vacuum can increase/cause floaters. But one procedure isn't worse than the other in that respect. The femtosecond lasers ("Intralase" is a popular brand) have the advantage... (5 replies)
... Hi Neorbs! Thanks for your response! My vision still does fluctuate, but I didnt' really have any problems with double image/ghosting. For the first month I had some issues in my left eye with cloudiness or fuzziness around lights and windows and stuff. That cleared up around 5 weeks I think. One week post-op I was 20/20 in my right and 20/15 in my left. ... (4 replies)
Floaters
Aug 17, 2005
... I know how you feel, I actually called the hotline number for my Lasik Center today and starting crying on the phone talking to the associate about my headaches. ... (22 replies)
... with the R eye. The floaters I am getting used to, and now I know the trouble focusing in the R eye is due to the astigmatism. ... (30 replies)


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