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... up for about 2 weeks after the procedure just to avoid any problems. ... (36 replies)
... My god blur, I wish you the best. Must be pretty stressful to have to go through this followed by LASIK. Those continous wrinkle problems scared me from the get go. Hopefully this straightens things out with the flap now. Looking forward I realize you may be considering more surgery. ... (14 replies)
... m now a little bit over 2 months after surgery. It seems like things are improving, today as a matter of fact is not too bad.. I hope. Yesterday I went out in the sun and that irritated the eyes.. ... (18 replies)

... Thanks for the in depth update. I went with the intralase for basically the same reasons that you listed in your update. I experienced no pain beyond the first 12 hours or so after the surgery. ... (18 replies)
... OK, this board has helped me with a lot of my questions so I thought I'd post my Intralase experience, for better or worse. I'm scheduled to have the surgery in 2 days. ... (36 replies)
... here, that doesnt mean you will be satisfied with such results. I actually would be thankful if i was put of by REAL not negative buit REAl comments, cause these problems happen to people, all are considered candidates and yet they didn't think it will happen to them, yet they are stuck with bad vision. ... (6 replies)
... my eyes were stinging like I had salt water from the beach in them. I was also sensitive to light and my eyes were watering like crazy. Even my nose was running. After he checked my flap I was sent home to sleep. ... (36 replies)
... My advice is don't do it. You are mislead it doent matter microkeartome or femto, what matters is second part of procedure, custom or optimized. What more matters lasers have limits, effective optical zones of ablation is 6.5mm, if your pupils expand beyond that area, chances are you will have poor quality of vision. They use transition or blend zone as they call it, that goe... (6 replies)
... OK, I'm 5 days after the surgery now and my vision is fairly stable. The distance is fine, I'm driving and all without any problems. Halos are getting better, but still present. ... (36 replies)
... though. I would reccomend UPMC Eye and Ear at Presbyterian Hospital to anyone. Everyone was so nice and they talked you through the entire procedure. I ll update after my appointment tomorrow morning. ... (6 replies)
... My doctor told me I would be a perfect candidate for Lasik, as I have no history of health issues or problems with my eyes, and he said I have very thick cornea which is supposedly ideal. ... (8 replies)
... I think it is very early days for you and you will improve. These people who have no problems at all and see brilliantly straight after surgery tend to have small prescription corrections. I found I had dry eyes for a good 4 months. ... (2 replies)
... I'm postponing the operation till after the Summer season, and in that time, I'm opting for a 3rd and 4th surgeon opinion. Any specific questions? ... (6 replies)
6-month update
May 16, 2006
... I had Custom intralase lasik for my right eye and regular intralase, no wavefront, for my left. My eyes were 3. ... (0 replies)
... for both eyes, again, no intralase and much angst. ... (9 replies)
... IntraLase can be part of the LASIK eye surgery procedure and is an alternative method of creating the protective flap at the beginning of LASIK treatment. IntraLase creates the flap using a precision laser instead of a mechanical method. ... (1 replies)
... I had intralase LASIK 7 days ago and it did not live up to the painfree experience that is widely advertized. ... (0 replies)
... First day after op, I spent the day listening to my alarm on my mobile going off advising me of when my next set of drops were due. ... (3 replies)
... and that made me too high risk for problems a few years ago. ... (0 replies)
... d looked at my eyes and briefly told me again how things would proceed. A couple of minutes later, the nurse took me across the hall to the OR. I must say that after waiting around for an hour or so it felt like things were really moving quickly as they helped me into the "chair". ... (9 replies)

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