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... I had LASIK approximately six years ago. Immediately, post surgery, I had very minimal halos and starbursts at night. ... (9 replies)
... complications for the last 7 months from it. In my searches to find answers to my dry eye problems, I have come across some sites where people are asking about PRK recoveries. ... (4 replies)
... c most Lasik problems are flap problems. With PRK, you never have that worry. With Lasik, we all have to be extremely careful around our eyes, nmore so than before due to the flap. ... (1 replies)

... Lasik on July 30th. I didn't want to do traditional lasik because of the risk of flap complications. The surgeon simply said I'm a good candidate for either one. ... (9 replies)
... Hi everybody, Im new to this thread. Ive finally discovered this thread after constantly looking for answers to my own lasik problems. ... (7 replies)
... I haven't had LASIK myself but there are a number things that are typical for post LASIK surgery. Dry eye is one of them. Many also suffer from different vision problems. Have you started treating your dry eye? ... (8 replies)
... And one last thing, my husband had lasik about 5 months ago, same doctor, and he has no problems. Maybe a little dryness, nothing drops won't cure. I'm so jealous. Oh well... ... (4 replies)
... hey, no problem! Yea my doc has done like 30,000+ plus. And remember too, I have anxiety problems, and usually get nervous easily and freak out. But the doctor kept me calm. Just maybe ask your doctor to make sure and talk to you and tell you what he is doing while he is. Because that helped me, saying this is normal, you wont be able to see much for a few seconds, your doing... (10 replies)
... hmm all these terms can be confusing, and from i know... I got the intralase laser to make the flap because I have thin corneas and its more precise of a cut... and the correction laser was done by the nyder laser I believe... it was very painless, and i was -3.75 near sighted and the next day i went back for the checkup and could read the bottom line of the chart w/... (10 replies)
... And also be careful about cheap lasik or prk? ... (25 replies)
... that have no issues! My advice, and what I did, is to do your research throughly. I discovered from researching that most people that have night vision problems have larger pupils that the treatment zone of the laser. The lasik surgeons say that that is no longer an issue, but I didn't want to take any chances. ... (40 replies)
... I had WFG Lasik in my left eye and WFG PRK in my right eye in May 2011. ... (17 replies)
... I'm so glad I finally heard from someone! I have been going NUTS after my surgery on March 24th. I was not quite prepared (I was supposed to have LASIK, but the Dr. saw something on one of my eye pictures and she recommended PRK (day of surgery)). My vision sucks. With and without the band-aid lenses. I went in for a follow-up exam the Thursday after the procedure and they... (30 replies)
... I am in the situation where I'm going to have a surgery next week and I am still allowed to choose between Lasik and PRK because they are both offered at the same price. ... (0 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)
... 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)
... You are going to get PRK not LASIK. You are in the Marines so PRK is the only option available to you. ... (1 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)
... Hello fauzool, and sorry to hear about your situation. I had LASIK in one eye and PRK in the other four years ago. One month isn't a long time... ... (6 replies)
... I know it's too late now and I just have to deal with it and whatever happens in the future but I can't help having thoughts like maybe I should have done the PRK instead? ... (3 replies)


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