• Paul JPaul J, 6 years ago

    did you experience any halo effect as the person in the article, http://mattmorr.is/2012/07/14/my-experience-with-lasik/, describes? though sounds like he jumped back to work too quick. I'd probably schedule mine for a thursday and not go back to work till the following Monday.

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    • Spencer HammSpencer Hamm, 6 years ago

      I had lasik about 3 years ago, and don't regret it a bit. The hardest part is just the maintenance of just having to put drops in your eyes multiple times a day. They can get really dry for the first 3-6 months.

      It was about the 6-8 month mark for me before I was 100%. The halos and night blue vision took the longest to go away for me. The worst was stoplight's at night. It wasn't anything that I was worried about, and didn't make driving harder, just different.

      I'd do it again in a heartbeat. 3 years later and I'm still 20/15 (but my eyes were also stable for several years before I had the surgery, which is probably the biggest factor).

      As for fatigue, I did manage to have some when I was working 12+ hours a day in front of the computer, but it took several weeks for it to actual become eye dryness fatigue. Then again, I think under those circumstances anyone would have fatigue haha.

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    • Justin BelcherJustin Belcher, 6 years ago

      A little bit in the weeks following the surgery (and mostly at nighttime) but it went away by the time my eyes had fully healed.

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