are there glasses that can reduce halos and starbursts?

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are there glasses that can reduce halos and starbursts?

Postby joeyl » Tue Feb 10, 2009 2:11 am

i am 6 days post op and i dont care anymore
i just want my normal vision back i dont care if i wear glasses again...
last night i cried myself to sleep...and im not a type of person taht cries
im only 20 and everything is so messed
my eyes are dry
i see halo starburst and glare
my contrast senstivity is messed
i dont want to see like this the rest of my life...yah i can see around 20/20 but its not worth with all the other problems

is there glasses that help reduce this????
please help
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Postby joeyl » Tue Feb 10, 2009 2:13 am

i had custom lasik wavefront ..using visx i believe
my astigmatism was like a 3.50 4.00 and i was nearsighted at 1.75 and 2.00

im 20 and my eyes were healthy now they feel like death
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Postby -RanZ- » Tue Feb 10, 2009 5:02 am

It is WAY too early to worry, you just had a surgery, your eyes need time to heal. I had similar issues with night vision and mine seems to be getting better and I'm only 2.5 weeks post op.
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Postby It's Just Me » Wed Feb 11, 2009 12:23 am

You are going through EXACTLY what I did!! I had nightmares.

You are so early in the healing process!! Hang in there!

I know it sounds weird coming from me, who is having so much trouble, but I'm almost 4 weeks out from surgery. You are still early. Talk to your doctor maybe?

I'll tell you what they told me:

REST YOUR EYES as much as you can.
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Time heals

Postby jayemright » Thu Feb 12, 2009 4:02 pm

I agree with the others. I went through exactly what you are describing. I am one month out and things are starting to finally get better. Still have halos and starbursts, but they are starting to reduce, and my vision is fluctuating less. 1 week after surgery I would have paid what I paid for the surgery just to get my old vision back. It's a big adjustment, bigger than I, or a lot of other people, realized. Good luck. Chances are, you'll be just fine. The road is just a little bumpier than you thought it would be.
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Postby PRK_EYES » Fri Feb 13, 2009 10:02 am

You are at a very early stage in your healing process.

I was a bit depressed, and disappointed when I first had my surgery.

The contacts that I had, have a blue tint in it, do help a bit.
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Postby joeyl » Fri Feb 13, 2009 4:22 pm

thank you for your reassurance, i think itll give me some strength for some weeks to come,

ive been looking at glare reduction glasses, i think they work, or at least "think" so because when i put my old glasses back on they look a little sharper to me...hmm maybe just in my head all along...

doctor told me theres nothing i can do to get rid of the side effects...thats a bummer to hear, but at least everyone has been telling me to just wait it out just wait it out..

i guess thats what i can only do, is wait it out...

-day 9
-joey l
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