croanster wrote:...how long before this accommodation issue sorts itself out? Should i expect cyclopegic and manifest refraction results to be the same ever?
croanster wrote:...Most importantly, if in a few months I go ahead with the enhancement to get rid of the fuzziness out of my left (dominant) eye, will I manifest as being shortsighted if I am corrected to 0 with cyclopegic refraction?
croanster wrote:The optometrist also noted haze hasn’t really improved since the first month. He said it was mainly around the periphery and attributed it to healing (wound response) which I’ve read about – sounds right since the laser zapped my corneas at the periphery for the hyperopic correction. He wasn’t concerned about it anyway so I’m not either. Should I be? Hope not.
croanster wrote:Overall I think my vision has improved to the point where I’m happy I had the surgery.
croanster wrote:I was wondering if there is any way I can speed up my adaptation to my new eyes? (had a crazy idea about getting some glasses at -1.0. I seemed to adapt quicker the further my manifest was away from cycloplegic.)
croanster wrote:Thanks to this forum and especially Glenn – its a great place for reassurance, advise, information and just to talk (obsess?;)) about our recoveries!!
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