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... I am very much looking forward to discussing my lasik sugery with others who have had it done. I had Lasik sugery on both eyes 3 weeks ago. After the surgery, I could see! ... (2 replies)
Regression
Jul 22, 2017
... Had lasik monovision. ... (0 replies)
... I had lasik on April 17, with monovision correction. I did NOT wear monovision contacts before the surgery. ... (3 replies)

... Hi Im a 21 years old male who did lasik Xtra one week ago. ... (5 replies)
... My eyes have regressed 5 years after lasik to the point of required corrective lenses. Doc says corneas are steepening again. Has anyone else experienced this supposedly rare setback? ... (1 replies)
... Sorry to hear that. I have read that people with higher levels of Myopia have a higher chance of regression. Hope that it doesn't regress further. ... (1 replies)
... depending on the outcome of some scans. ... (7 replies)
... eing close to your final vision. Well, this is not a workable distance vision. I teach and need to see the students' facial expressions across the room. 8 feet of clear vision is not my idea of good distance vision, yet people all over these boards say it's great. ... (13 replies)
Lasik redo success
Jan 18, 2008
... hout glasses but I hate having crappy less than ideal vision. That is my personal taste. Others don't mind less than ideal as long as they were able to get rid of glasses. ... (2 replies)
Repeated lasik
Dec 28, 2005
... nce vision should last, but when i get older i may need reading glasses still...if your eyes keep getting worse, maybe what they meant is there would be a chance of regression. Myself my eyes peeked off and stopped changing prescription for quite a few years, so the surgery was ideal i thought.... ... (2 replies)
... both eyes, but with a lot of halo's, ghosting, etc. Dr said it would clear up. ... (0 replies)
... and my Dr told me the greater the correction, the greater the regression possible. ... (2 replies)
... s though. I'm still using the antibiotic and steroid drops 4 times a day till both run out. I use systaine drops every 2 hours whether I feel dry or not and most of the time they don't. ... (3 replies)
... The refractive error is generally the same now, which would make sense, I suppose. Also, the cells will be removed on Friday to see if that clears up the bending of light that I see, since it doesn't go away with refraction. ... (30 replies)
... the greater the chance of undercorrection or overcorrection. ... (11 replies)
... really is a very mild pescription, my brother is that with mild astigmastim and almost never wears glasses. Lasik has worked for millions. Not everyone ends up with perfect vision at any time period. ... (7 replies)
... I'd like to minimize the damage to the eye and my risk of dry eye. ... (1 replies)
... touch about 7 months later or end of 2001 which is when my problems started. I also work on the computer at least 10 hours per day. First of all, I believe the prescription is wrong. ... (8 replies)
... in both eyes. My night vision still sux. I always wondered if this is normal after Lasik to have such a regression? ... (7 replies)
... appen. I highly doubt that it has anything to do with the smoking. Your perscription may change over your lifetime...and there isn't a thing that your original Lasik operation would have been able to do about that. Some people are fortunate enough to have corneas capable of "enhancements". ... (7 replies)




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