Thanks for your feedback, but I'm afraid you completely misunderstood my situation. My problem is mainly with my left eye. (My right eye has been up and down but I will say it regressed a little, but not much, like this morning I see far instance well again with right eye). Pls bear w/ me and allow me to describe the history again.
On 7/17, I had wavefront lasik. My left eye before op was -6.0 for many years (10+ years), very stable prescription, with no astigmatism. Right after the op, I noticed my left eye was undercorrected. That's the case 1 day, 1 week, 1 month after the op, my right eye has always seen better than left one. This is the reading after op:
First week: Left 20/50, right 20/25
Second week: Left 20/50, right 20/25
5th week: Left 20/60, right 20/40
6th week: Left 20/200, right 20/60
I know my right eye has been up and down, and at this point I'm guessing 20/40 because it's a lot better than 6th week visit which was 2 days ago. But I have major concern towards my left eye. It's becoming blurer and blurer within the past 2 weeks. I used to be able to see computer crystal clear with left eye from maybe 2 feet away, now I have to pull my fact so close to the monitor (about 6 inch) in order to see text well and my mid range and long range vision with left eye has been worsened a lot. This is the opposite of what you described as "sudden presbyobia" or lens cannot accomodate to close range, because my left eye can read close-up perfectly, the problem is it can't see far.
The doc said the flap heals very well and it's not caused by dry eyes. So why lens accommodation? Can accommodation cause such problem? What I'm thinking is left was undercorrected from the very beginning and never got any better, but within the past 2 weeks, it started regresssion so now it's worse.
Glenn, so what is your take on this? Is my doc telling the truth?