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... I had WFG Lasik in my left eye and WFG PRK in my right eye in May 2011. ... (17 replies)
... I have terrible erosions with a lot of pain. Are you still having the pain or are you having blurred vision and no pain? All I've had so far is scraping. I was hoping to get perm. relief with PRK. It doesn't sound like this is the miracle cure I need soooo bad!! (5 replies)
... that are blind, or have lazy eye with low percentage of vision and all kind of problems, glasses are restricting in freedom and wuality of life, but comparing to problems after lasik and comparing yourself to be lucky that you can correct your vision even with glasses. ... (17 replies)

... 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)
... The whole laser eye surgery industry is not properly regulated. They make it sound like a miracle cure, gladly take your money and when things go wrong you are on your own! ... (5 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... vision at night has been seriously impacted. So I warn anyone with astigmatism to think twice about LASIK. From what I have been reading lately, it causes more problems than it can fix. And, as in my case, the problems can insidiously surface many years post LASIK. Good luck with your decision. ... (9 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)
... I'm so glad I finally heard from someone! I have been going NUTS after my surgery on March 24th. ... (30 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)
... ause of the risk of flap complications. The surgeon simply said I'm a good candidate for either one. But the way he described what he'd do it sounded more like PRK to me. ... (9 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)
Lasik vs PRK
Sep 27, 2009
... In October I will be getting refractive eye surgery done. I'm in the US Army and my eye doctor has advised me that I am a candidate for either, my choice, but he recommends PRK. ... (2 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)
... 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)
... I myself is looking forward for my eyesight to return, my surgeon told me that PRK was not needed in my case which I hope is good thing. ... (5 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear that you've been having some problems. I didn't have PRK, but I did have lasik surgery. My surgery was almost nine months ago and I still have problems. Most of my issues are dry eye related though. ... (30 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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