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... Same problems as angsty, and I ain't feeling ok with my situation, this procedure could really be the end of me, cause of guilt and thinking how stupid and naive i could be to gamble with eyesight, instead I should be grateful to have been able to see at all. Remeber, there are people in this world that are blind, or have lazy eye with low percentage of vision and all kind of... (17 replies)
... ry doesn't make that to be serious complication. Surgery on eyes is big step with no return, and I know some peopel with minor prescription, now they have night issues and dry eyes. ... (17 replies)
... I have pretty bad anxiety as well. I am fairly calm today given the fact that in less than 24 hours, I should be done with my procedure. My biggest issues are with whatever objects they need to use in, on or around my eyes to keep them open. It is this whole freaky thing with me. I hate to have my eyes touched. ... (10 replies)

... I didn't have any issues with "bluriness" at distances. ... (18 replies)
... To Ihateglasses: Lasik is more popular because it has a much shorter recovery time and most people don't want to have to take a week or 2 off work to recover. And despite what you hear here, it is for the most part safe. Remember that the 3% that have problems are posting here, and not the 97% that have no issues! My advice, and what I did, is to do your research throughly.... (40 replies)
... months after the PRK enhancement, my eyes are doing great. ... (14 replies)
... I just went to my doctor for the 2 month follow up and he said everything looked great. I even told him about my flap issues and he explained how it's still connected and he's never had one fall off and he has plenty of soccer players etc. ... (3 replies)
... Hello! A month ago I was walking in the superkmarket and noticed my eyes were irittating me ( a slight burning sensation ). I wore my soft contacts for about 6 years, almost daily, with no issues so far (Proclear Compatibles, high water content). I've also noticed in the last few months that the contacts got stuck to the eyes and were hard to take off. Decided to take... (1 replies)
... B. prk is ur option. Even with that you are really close to 320 in the end. ... (2 replies)
... more time is needed for your vision to settle. In the end laser still needs to ablate cornea, so you will still have same tratment as those with lasik, and with prk you are still in the risk of nightvision issues and other, you only eliminated flap complications. ... (40 replies)
Implantable Lenses
Jan 14, 2012
... Phakic IOLs have a number of advantages over LASIK, PRK and other corneal laser vision correction procedures. ... (0 replies)
... So it seems like a choice between easy recovery and potential future issues with the flap and harder recovery but no flap concerns. ... (2 replies)
Help and advice
Jun 5, 2012
... ore. 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)
... I had PRK over 2 years ago, and a subsequent enhancement over 1 year ago. ... (5 replies)
... Hey Sam, sorry to hear about your issues. Having LASEK instead of LASIK is nothing to worry about - they both have similar outcomes - but you should be informed beforehand. Mitomycin C is thought to prevent corneal haze, which is a small risk specific to LASEK and PRK (but not LASIK). There are a few reports linking MMC to dry eye, but I see more evidence against that... (1 replies)
... line of wavefront eyeglass lenses that are available through some optometrists. These are the lenses I wear, ironically after myself getting wavefront LASIK and PRK four years ago. ... (8 replies)
... The more precisely you can describe your issues the better. ... (4 replies)
... corrected. PRK can take up to one year for your vision to fully stabilize. ... (5 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)
... A relative of mine had PRK done 2 weeks ago, and given from what I've read online, people exaggerate the complications of these surgeries. ... (6 replies)


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