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... Also how is your day vs night vision? ... (3 replies)
... op care. The doctor I'm seeing now says that most of the nerves should be regenerated by 18 months, so even she thinks I still have a good shot at getting much better. ... (32 replies)
... Hello Goba, I read your post about a month ago regarding corneal erosion. I had the same thing, very severe infact. I ended up seeing a specialist eye doc in Nampa, Idaho by the name of Jorge Martinez. He said that he has successfully treated this issue before. ... (11 replies)

... perfection. Some people heal differently than others. He ran the wavelength machine on me and before doing the eye test on me he knew by just looking at the chart that the left eye would be about a half diopter off. ... (18 replies)
... all treatment today covers entire pupil. There could be something they are not able to measure. Well no it's not better now without glasses, I can hardly drive at low light, or watch tv, it's like some light doesn't scatter properly after the procedure when pupil gets bigger and more light enters. ... (6 replies)
... I arrived at the country again late at night and had a good night's sleep. ... (6 replies)
... occurring HOA. However, when you look at the medical literature, the doctors are really saying that WFG may reduce existing HOA and may induce less additional HOA. ... (17 replies)
... I thnk i have7.9mm pupils, my halos and starbursts and lowr sharpness is really bad. Not just at night driving, indoors too, only in brigh sunny day i see sharper and fine. ... (1 replies)
... The bizzare thing abut this procedure is, you can end up seeing so badly then before, even though on paper and on machins scaning your eyes telling you procedure is done right. That is the problem with me. ... (40 replies)
... my vision IS getting worse...more blurry, more cloudy, can't see as far away. I'm still using eye drops religiously... once or twice every 30 minutes. I'm now seeing glare around lights at night...especially green lights. ... (10 replies)
... I had epi lasik about 15 days ago. I am so frustrated!!!! I barely can read the computer screen now. Before surgery I had no problems with reading just distance. ... (13 replies)
... t want that. They say it like its just a minor thing, if you got issues with contrast and lower quality of vision, you won't be able to watch tv normally or work at pc. ... (6 replies)
... I wore contacts for years before my procedure and never had any problems with dryness. ... (6 replies)
... did you have glare, halo and starburst at night? ... (7 replies)
... I still have glaring at night when I drive, but it is better. I still continue to have problems with my right eye. ... (8 replies)
... gs are improving a bit for you. It really does take time for your eyes to recover from all this. Today was one of the blurry days for me, and then tonight, I'm seeing clear again. It all depends on the surface of your eye and your level or dryness. ... (18 replies)
... and at 40 started having problems seeing close up as well. several years ago, my doc recommended monovision contacts so that i could see close up without reading glasses and also distance. ... (11 replies)
... I do not have glaring systoms in the morning, only sunblasting at night. But to me it is still acceptable. It's okay to wear sunglasses in the morning.. ... (23 replies)
... we'll see what tomorrow says. However I have learned that dryness has an extreme effect on vision quality. I actually use this Refresh PM ointment type of stuff at night, my doc recommended it and it seems to be helping. The last three days have been the best since the surgery but tonight things blurred up again. ... (3 replies)
... put drops in usually early morning and late at night when I am tired. ... (6 replies)


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