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... LasikRuinedMe, just curious...were you told you were a good candidate for Lasik prior to the surgery, and how much did you pay? ... (6 replies)
... Lasik destroyed my life, gave me never ending pain and crappy vision. Lasik sucks! ... (6 replies)
... I had lasik 11 years ago when I was in my late 30's. Later on I had to start wearing reading glasses, but my dad had to wear reading glasses, too, when he was older, and he never wore glasses before then. ... (6 replies)

... Great points ! There are so many negative posts but I'm sure as with any subject, unhappy people are more likely to post online. ... (5 replies)
... I would have to disagree that with LASIK you will never be able to read labels again. ... (6 replies)
... I had Lasik about 3 years ago. I would recommend it to anybody. ... (6 replies)
... I'm 46 and had monovision lasik done so I would NOT need to wear reading glasses. One eye is made perfect for distance and the other purposely myopic for reading. ... (6 replies)
... lasik will REQUIRE that you now use reading glasses, but the problem with that is, that even with the reading glasses your vision will never be clear enough to read labels off thaings like asprin bottles and so forth. My vision up close bothers me enough that I even wear my glasses to eat. ... (6 replies)
... m new here and had to get something off my chest. 1 year ago I had hoping it would change my life. And it did, but not for the better. To this day I still see halos and starburts at night and I constantly have to wear wraparound sunglasses when I go outside. ... (7 replies)
... but all these LASIK experiences motivated me to share mine, as well. First off, let me start off by explaining a little bit about my personality. ... (15 replies)
... I think that in general it probably is more likely to read about the bad stories. However, having been to many lasik sites myself, I think this forum is a bit different. There are plenty of happy lasik patients here too. ... (8 replies)
... How long ago was your surgery, don't you understand that is omething considere a side effects, something not normal for your eye to see? ... (40 replies)
... and age 59. Before Lasik i could see quite well all items close up but since having lasik i now need reading glasses, so it is an issue. The first few months was particularly bad as it took time for the brain and muscles in the eye to adjust. ... (3 replies)
... It has been months since the original post. It would be great to get an update. We all hope things have improved. I see so many posts from people who are really unhappy a week or two that don't have a follow up. I always hope that things resolve. ... (11 replies)
... Hi I hope things improve for you, I know how desperate you must feel. ... (7 replies)
... Mig, did you or your doctor ever discuss the possibility of retouch to monovision after your LASIK? ... (36 replies)
... However with glasses am recently having trouble reading things at reasonable distance. This is prebyopia. ... (3 replies)
... In January this year I went for lasik surgery in a private hospital in Bangkok. ... (0 replies)
... I had lasik done just under 3 weeks ago. Its been a roller coaster since then. Here's my story so far. ... (28 replies)
... I am waiting for my halo, glare to disappear, so far, I am one month post op and I haven't noticed any improvement in halo and glare. I would love to hear your feedback about halo and glare you experienced. ... (7 replies)


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