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... e computer. Which is what I do all day at work. But the typing is a bit blurry. I also read a lot of forms and input data from paperwork. I can use my husbands reading glasses to see the paperwork, but not the computer. ... (2 replies)
... I had PRK done when I was 40. ... (5 replies)
... I just did my PRK 2 weeks ago. I have similar situation. ... (26 replies)

... Yes, I may go for blending as I am 45. My date is Nov 12th up in Montreal. I still don't know where my PRK eye will turn out. ... (5 replies)
... I have tried a pair of reading glasses and they didn't help much. They are my husband's. Maybe I just need a stronger prescription, but since my other eye will be fixed, I guess I'll hold off. ... (25 replies)
... I LOVE it. I can see everything around me, I was able to walk in the rain and not wipe my glasses off, I can see so clearly its amazing when I look around. ... (5 replies)
... I had PRK surgery 3 weeks ago. ... (26 replies)
... in one and different in the other. I do see better in the afternoon but up close still sucks. I have to wear reading glasses, but who knows how that'll end up . Hmmm... ... (13 replies)
... reading glasses for the computer, in the AM. In the PM, the eyes seem a bit more relaxed so I don't always need the glasses as much. Know whats strange? ... (25 replies)
... a few days after getting prk surgery on both eyes. I began to be lightheaded and developed severe sinus like headache and pressure. ... (1 replies)
Did PRK in OCT
Aug 31, 2007
... lately since I have nothing new to report, but thought I'd give it one last post. No improvement in my vision. All ranges of vision are blurry. I need to wear glasses to see anything clearly. My monovision eye lets me read without glasses, so I take them off to read. Very annoying. ... (8 replies)
Prk
Jun 4, 2007
... They told me in the initial assesment that even after the surgery, I could still have a need in the future to wear reading glasses and I understood this. ... (3 replies)
... covered one eye. Both eyes work together really well. And again, it's not for everyone, but I want to be able to see the food on my plate without having to wear reading glasses! Never know when there'll be a bug in there!! ... (13 replies)
... I have not felt any improvement for the past week and worried that there won't be any more. I have to wear my reading glasses almost all the time unless when I am doing nothing. ... (26 replies)
... Eventually, when your eyes are at the point the mine are, and reading glasses are needed most of the time, you can always try a contact lense in one eye, that will weaken the vision for ready and see how you like it. ... (13 replies)
... I just don't see the point in getting my eyes fixed but then always having to wear reading glasses. That kind of defeats the purpose of getting out of glasses. ... (13 replies)
... Once i turn 40 i was told that i could very well need reading glasses at that time but that is a good long way off. ... (1 replies)
... reading glasses for both distant and near vision. ... (26 replies)
... Are you going to need reading glasses eventually or are you not at that stage yet? ... (13 replies)
... reading glasses to do my computer work. They help me. Mornings suck for me. ... (25 replies)




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