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... I got PRK surgery done three weeks ago, and it was only a couple days ago that I could watch predominantly-white tv or computer screens without wincing. Hockey games were the worst, because of the white ice rink taking up most of the screen, and opening up a new computer screen - all white - was harsh. (and still slightly is, but definitely not as bad.) The tests on my... (17 replies)
... putting my two cents in.... - it was exactly three weeks ago I got PRK surgery done, and it was only a couple days ago that I could watch predominantly-white tv or computer screens without wincing. Hockey games were the worst, because of the white ice rink taking up most of the screen, and opening up a new computer screen - all white - was harsh. (and still slightly is, but... (17 replies)
... and have been told that PRK takes longer to heal from and regain visibility. ... (0 replies)

... I have had PRK surgery twice in my right eye. Recently had the second surgery because I was not getting clear vision months following the first surgery. ... (16 replies)
... After the surgery I have had blurry vision with a lot of 'ghosting'. At times the ghosting is worse than other times. ... (16 replies)
... Surgeon recommened PRK for both eyes, but one eye at a time to allow one eye to heal to a point where I can have my other eye done. ... (7 replies)
... is some preservitive free drops that come in a bottle rather then the individual units and if this is better. I put in the nigiht gel and it makes things soooo blurry in the morning. I am using two or three squeezys to clear things up and then it only is clear for a couple hours. I can't afford that!!! ... (2 replies)
Did PRK in OCT
Feb 5, 2008
... Things have not gone well, I still have blurry vision in that eye and it doesn't appear to be clearing up. ... (8 replies)
... Hello again, I had my 7-day post-op check up on my left eye. All looks good. The doctor says I see about 20/40. That's a huge difference from being 20/400 a week ago! For the next few weeks - my vision will flucate. Some days it'll be blurry, some days, a little better...eventually, it'll be clear and I'm hoping to see 20/20 or 20/25. Patience is not something I have... (7 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)
... I see fine until I get to work. as the day goes on my vision get blurry, Not sure if its the lighting or the chemical invironment I work in or maybe the computer. I had surgery 6 weeks ago and this problem doesn't seem to be getting any better with time (5 replies)
... I had surgery about 12 days ago. The doctor performed PRK on my left eye and Lasik on my right eye. ... (5 replies)
... So, PRK is my only option. ... (4 replies)
... I'm so glad I finally heard from someone! I have been going NUTS after my surgery on March 24th. ... (30 replies)
... I've noticed I will be able to see, while nowhere near perfect, somewhat clearly 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. ... (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)
PRK/Lasik Update
Jun 21, 2007
... I never would have had surgery if I knew this was going to be the results. ... (2 replies)
... I do know I do have the option of possibly getting laser eye surgery and seeing if it can be corrected. But also, you should only get laser eye surgery once and maybe twice. I know if I get it done again, it is possible my eye could be worse than if I didn't. There's no way of knowing if it will help or hurt. ... (6 replies)
... prior to the surgery, i go back in again for a wavefront scan to make sure my eyes were ok. As i get home, the doctor calls me and advises me that he recommends PRK due to the asymmetry of my eyes. ... (7 replies)
... Ghosting is common after the surgery. I had ghosting as well as all of my friends who had the surgery around the same time. It lasted for a few months before it finally disappeared. ... (16 replies)


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