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... not usually.... but i take my make up off when i'm in the shower so i let the water run on my eyes pretty quick after i do the soap, so it probably doesn't have time to get in my eyes.... ... (5 replies)
... Has anyone fallen asleep with eye make-up on? How dangerous is it and why? Thanks for any input. (5 replies)
... i have always just washed my face when i shampoo my hair and use shampoo and water and a washcloth. post surgery, when my doc said i could wear make up again (actually a day or two early because i had to get christmas pictures taken!), i washed my face the same, but just was extra careful, and used a baby washcloth instead of a regular (i have two kids and a hundred gazillion... (5 replies)

Just Had Lasik!
Jan 18, 2008
... elt a little as if they has soap in them and they were really watery. Once I got home, I took 2 sleeping pills they prescribed and slept for only 3 hours! Woke up and no more soapy feel. ... (1 replies)
... have healed and they can put in a slightly corrective lense to help me see better so I can start driving. I have a hockey game to go to and need to drive myself up there. ... (30 replies)
... and to make up for it? ... (26 replies)
... Lasik is more popular because it has a much shorter recovery time and most people don't want to have to take a week or 2 off work to recover. And despite what you hear here, it is for the most part safe. ... (40 replies)
... I want to get off my chest some thoughts I have had now that I've had almost a week to think about it. ... (2 replies)
... Well, I did move during the procedure and I wasn't scared at all about that cause I've been well informed about the kind of performance those machine can offer. I saw my result and the images of bottom of my eyes, it's all ok. I would say that at the worst you couldn't have a 20/20 vision acuity. Cause normal people don't have regular shape in the bottom of their eyes, it mean... (1 replies)
... elf out sometimes. The very thought of having something hold my eye lids open was, and still is enough to send me into a spine tingling tizzy. But, I sucked it up and did it! If you want something bad enough, you can handle most anything. And, the ring isn't on for that long. ... (4 replies)
... an later, I guess I'd only regret the sense of embarrassment for having gone through everything for no good reason. And maybe my new, lighter prescription would make it easier to find glasses that work for me. But that's all a way's off. ... (19 replies)
... na ripped through Biloxi, Mississippi, the place I lived at the time, and things went downhill. I was unable to get the steroid eye drops I needed, and I stopped taking them when they ran out. Also, I spent a lot of time outside cleaning up debris, and helping the recovery effort. ... (0 replies)
... I hope that you are having a better day today. I'm really sorry that your eyes felt gritty yesterday. I know that it is the worst feeling. I wake up everyday hoping that my eyes will NOT feel gritty and when they do it immediately turns me into a basket case for the day. ... (8 replies)
... to take the edge off. I believe my doctor offers valium to every lasik patient...although I ended up taking a small dose of Ativan, which sort of works the same way as valium, but it takes less time to kick in and less time to wear off. ... (5 replies)
... I am a male, and I watched my vas deferens be cut out of me without wincing. I had four wisdom teeth extracted simultaneously and had a peaceful recovery without taking any pain medication at all, even returning to work the very next day. ... (14 replies)

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