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... Is your current vision unsatisfactory due to starburst or glare problems? I've heard that some people who were used to wearing glasses with anti-glare coating had night vision problems after Lasik, but that it may have been due to their having no anti-glare glasses on? (17 replies)
... Hey guys, You know... Your words do help. It is nice to know that my situation, as hard as it is, seems to be a taking the course of a normal recovery. As I have said, it is just so fustrating when I can see the street sign in front of me at a stop light so clearly out of the right, and can't even read it out of the left. Arrrrggghhhh!!! I really don't have any dry eye... (4 replies)
PRK need help
Aug 14, 2017
... My right eye had ghosting and blurry vision for 6 weeks~ and now its better so i think you still have time to heal : ) But if you are really worried go to a doctor just to be sure everything is fine. Try to see if your vision gets better after you put eye drops (4 replies)

PRK need help
Aug 14, 2017
... hi i had lasik about 3 weeks ago. idont have the problems you have but my reading vision was good for a week but now its bad again. im really depressed. i have to take a certification test for work and i cant study. ... (4 replies)
... m treatment zone when only 6 mm of that is optical zone. But again, supposedly, after 3 to 6 months, larger pupil sizes are not associated with more night vision problems as long as the optical zone is at least 6 mm. ... (6 replies)
... I am having problems with glare, halos, starbursts. Day and night. ... (6 replies)
... The thing is the laser eye surgeon's office made an error - my eye was never +300. It was always around +150 or so in the left eye. They miscalculated the prescription. This is why I highly recommend getting a very good optometrist to spend some time and provide you with an accurate prescription. Yes, I am not on steroids - they took me off of steroids completely at the... (26 replies)
... There are many failed results that do not result in blindness so they do not count as problems for reporting purposes. ... (6 replies)
... too bad! If you are having corrected vision problems with glasses, stay away from high index, go back to old plastic lenses. ... (6 replies)
... ive for a living so it's been pretty bad but I am pushing forward. Like you I did the second opinion routine also. But what people need to realize is that when problems arise there are no cures or fixes. I'm planning on traveling to Miami to visit an expert in post LASIK contacts. ... (17 replies)
... It's been a little over a year and my BF has no problems at all. The required him to put drops in every 30 min. and put the steriod drops in 4 times a day. He had other drops for pain but never really used them. ... (5 replies)
... Well today, both eyes are fine. The left is starting to focus really well, but they take the band-aid off tonight, so things will go fuzzy on me again for a couple of days. Yes, I was blind! :rolleyes: It's great to see this good without lenses. I don't think my right is 20/20 yet and I suspect my left is about 20/100+. I say 100+ because they were adjusting the prescript... (13 replies)
... I'm thinking about you and we must definately stay in touch. Maybe I'll ask my doctor tonight about your problems just to see how normal or abnormal that is. ... (25 replies)
... Dear Bowriter, I guess I agree with the one eye at a time, but I am 5 weeks post today, 2-10, and still can't see clearly out of my left. Thank goodness my right eye is clear. Went to the doc 2 days ago to find out wazzup, and we started me on different drops, other than the FML which has to be taken to reduce swelling and help healing, thinking my eye could be reacting to... (25 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)
... to burn calculated amount of tissues, difference is lasik goes deeper for that, under flap so it is better for higher prescriptins and faster recovery, while in prk laser ablates on surface of cornea. ... (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)
... 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)
... 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)




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