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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)
... The left eye is still very very fuzzy today, but getting better. As long as I am seeing improvement, even a gradual one, I'm okay with it. I'm seeing well enough to get by without any glasses. ... (13 replies)

... You're too funny. Yeah, get a good maintenance plan for the sunglasses! ... (25 replies)
... Maybe tomorrow. It is supposed to rain this weekend, so maybe it won't be as crowded. A girl can only hope. ... (25 replies)
... on my left eye. The surgeon recommended I have one eye done first, then the second eye done at a later time. ... (7 replies)
... Dear Brown, I'm glad you got regular lasik. Wow, what a surprise that must have been. I hope it works great for you. You'll do fine I'm sure. The healing process should be quicker than PRK. ... (13 replies)
... My vision is like one contact in and one contact out. I do notice a hairline improvment. I can see some things with a huge struggle right after I drop, but other than that, it's pretty much my right eye doing all the work. ... (25 replies)
... Similar to a dirty contact lens? ... (25 replies)
... After the experiences I have had, I think the whole racket is after the money. At over 5K a wack, they are rakeing it in! They usually take do the surgeries in groups of 5 or 6 people. One right after another. A bunch of groups throughout the day. ... (13 replies)
... Sounds like your doctor is more into business than health. Is he the one who did the surgery or just the follow up doctor? ... (13 replies)
... If so, that has me a bit worried. ... (25 replies)
... I was once told by an eye doc to always wear sunglasses outside when there is light. ... (25 replies)
... ght 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. One of the things I noticed on this forum is that a lot of people post about their problems then never post again. ... (4 replies)
... and have been told that PRK takes longer to heal from and regain visibility. ... (0 replies)
... Funny you posted today, as I was just getting ready to ask you a question...did you notice your vision comes and goes? ... (30 replies)
... I'm so glad I finally heard from someone! I have been going NUTS after my surgery on March 24th. ... (30 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. The soonest my doctor would perform on my second eye was two weeks. ... (30 replies)
... You were being given a trial for what is known as "monovision". ... (2 replies)
... inches, slightly blurry, perhaps, but still doable. Night and distance vision perfecto. My right eye is still predominant. ... (17 replies)




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