Hope things work out well for you. BE PATIENT, PRK takes a while (months) to recover. From what I've read & heard, it's more accurate than Lasik (with the flap). I had PRK 3 times now (due to my previous RK which is radial keratotamy where the use a knife to slit the cornea which was done successfully back in 1983), due to that my eyes "overreact" to the laser. What I'm getting at is that it takes months to get to the final vision so don't be worried yet. My first PRK in 2009 I could see great (perfect) in the first few days then as the weeks went on It SLOWLY got worse until my eye went to almost +2 which is very farsighted. That was due to my eye overreacting to thee PRK, the cuts which are still present make my cornea weaker. Basically, I went from initial Great result to way overcorrected but it took about 2 months to get to that point, so if you have blurry vision in the first few weeks don't worry YET, hopefully it will settle in better by a few months time. Keep us informed.