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... 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)
... lasik that I thought I would post some thoughts from my surgery. Last Friday I did epi on my left eye only. From what I have read the biggest problem people have with epi or prk is that they have crappy vision for weeks and it is debilitating. ... (11 replies)
... Eventually, when your eyes are at the point the mine are, and reading glasses are needed most of the time, you can always try a contact lense in one eye, that will weaken the vision for ready and see how you like it. Most doctors will let you try it for a week or so to see if it's what you want. ... (13 replies)

... It sounds like you had both eyes done at the same time. I can understand your frustration with that. ... (25 replies)
... Try taking 2 500mg tablets of Vitamin C per day. One in the morning and the other one later in the day. This is supposed to help clear up the hazing. ... (6 replies)
... early for a little bit, then it gets blurry and I see double. Then it will get clear, then blurry. This goes on all day. And it doesn't get clear after I use my eye drops. It just happens. Off and on all day. ... (30 replies)
... Wow, either my memory was bad, or I was very lucky. My original Lasik was done 16 years ago. ... (18 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)
... weeks ago. PRK is Photorefractive Lasik. It's Lasik for those who have had prior eye trauma. They do not make the corneal flap as they do with regular Lasik. They go right through the cornea. ... (4 replies)
... I had Lasik, not PRK so, I can't speak from that specific experience. But, I do know that our eyes do heal separately of one another. ... (4 replies)
... My vision is like one contact in and one contact out. I do notice a hairline improvment. ... (25 replies)
... and do you think you can take one or two weeks vacation for the surgery? ... (6 replies)
... ike an ache in the eye, if you can imagine an achy eye, real bad, topped with a sting that was like just jumping into a heavily chlorinated pool and keeping your eyes open for... oh say... ... (25 replies)
... I went for my eye test today and was told that though I have beautifully shaped eyes, I have thin corneas and they are suggesting the PRK surgery. ... (0 replies)
Anyone have PRK??
Jun 18, 2006
... weeks until I stopped wearing them and had naked eyes for the first time in 15 years. ... (30 replies)
... a slight correction. It was wonderful. Nowhere near perfect, but I could drive and see better. Then this past Sunday morning, I apparently bumped my eye in my sleep and got an abrasion. ... (30 replies)
... They strongly advised me not to do both eyes at once because with PRK, they heal much slower than lasik patients. ... (5 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. ... (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)
Anyone have PRK??
May 26, 2006
... Hi, Lisa. I have to say I wish I was you. I didn't know I was going to have the PRK until a few hours before my procedure. I didn't know ANYTHING about the procedure or the healing process. ... (30 replies)




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