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... I do not know if your doctor will be able to do a touch up for you. What I know for sure is that I had the same discomfort you are now experiencing a few days after my lasik surgery. ... (36 replies)
... Mig, I had LASIK done 2 days ago I am presbyopia before LASIK. I opted to correct both eyes for distant vision as recommended by the doctor. After LASIK, I have very bad near vision. I cannot see clearly anything under 12 feet. ... (36 replies)
... Hunting,I was just reading around and have always been interested in lasik eye surgery as a alternative for my mother other then wearing glasses. ... (12 replies)

... Your vision is still fluctuating right now. You are only 1 month post op. My vision fluctuated for a year and a half post lasik. Consider the fact that you said that your vision is better in the morning and then gets worse throughout the day. That is because of a couple of things. You are still healing which means that your eyes will wear themselves out and then you will... (12 replies)
... A lot of LASIK places offer a free touch-up or enhancement within a year of the surgery. You're going to have to pay for one now that it's been 6 years. Also, a corneal transplant isn't an option here and will only make your problems a million times worse. (4 replies)
... Take care and keep in touch with your decision! ... (12 replies)
... Hi, I used to work for an Eye Doctor that did Lasix. A lot of times, the patient does suffer from halos and all the things you have, they used to most of the time correct it with a "touch up" of Lasix. Bless Barbara (4 replies)
... Mig, did you or your doctor ever discuss the possibility of retouch to monovision after your LASIK? ... (36 replies)
... I have gone to two consults and have had two totally different opinions. Lasik plus was very unorganized with my appointment. My suprize was that I did see Dr. Nancy Mize and she was very thorough and probably the best exam i ever had... ... (22 replies)
... I wish I left it after the first lasik surgery! ... (8 replies)
... han 2 weeks and all though I see more clearly now...it is blurry and the blurry has not let up. I was told to live with this blur for the next year and I may get touch up at that point! I can tell you right now I need a touch up. I cant see, I cant read, I cant drive. ... (22 replies)
... I didn't have astigmatism before the procedure. Apparently I'll probably need a touch up in 6 months, but in the meantime it's driving me nuts. I'm not a happy camper. ... (36 replies)
... Your eyes are definitely still healing, and will for a few months. I had lasik back in September, and my eyes still fluctuate and feel dry on some days. Best thing I ever did though. ... (5 replies)
... and that we would do a touch up surgery, as soon as next week. ... (5 replies)
... I had my checkup two days ago, and the doctor said my left eye is perfect, my right now has a prescription of - 0.5. It hasn't improved but I've adjusted to it a bit. She said it wouldn't be possible to ******** an enhancement on it as she says it would be hit or miss to correct that small of a prescription. It's annoying but I feel like it will become less noticeable. I have... (11 replies)
... I had LASIK last March so I am just about a year in. I noticed my eyesight fluctuate quite a bit in the first few months. ... (11 replies)
... I had lasik and was back to work the next day. I sit in front of a computer all day long. Dry eye can be an issue. ... (6 replies)
... etc... Tell him or her that you had Lasik and just have him or her do a really thorough exam on your eyes. ... (7 replies)
... or me in November. So even they did not realize that it was just the adjustment. For this reason, I recommend to anyone having issues with their focus and vision after lasik to wait a few months to let your eyes adjust, particularly if you have had monovision correction. ... (3 replies)
... hey guys, nice to hear from you all, well they told me that it could take anywhere from 12-18 months for glare to go away, and if it doesnt i have the option of going under the laser again, but with the risk of losing the 20/20 i have, he said if i was like 20/30 or 20/40, there would be a good reason to go in again, and treat. He said there is a good chance they can fix the... (7 replies)




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