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I had an experienced surgeon, had no pro-operative conditions that would indicate I would have problems.It wasn't until the first flap was cut that the surgeon discovered I have loose epithelium which became very flimsy and would not lay down properly.

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a=cfrm&s=636293455I have had serious vision problems ever since my July 2001 LASIK surgery, which was performed by a reputable surgeon in San Francisco (we now live in the UK near London).Our website contains hundreds of pages of objective factual information about refractive surgery.We also provide a list of 50 Tough Questions For Your Doctor that will help a patient screen their potential surgeon.I have to purchase special artificial tears (called Dakrina) from a pharmacist. Cindy(Tron)I had radial keratotomy surgery in 1984 and though the techniques have changed the risk assessment and risk appear to have changed very little.If you are a perfect candidate and the operation is with out error then you are in the high percentage bracket for having a successful refractive surgery experience.I have spent over $40(US) per month, every month, for more than two years just trying to restore some health to my damaged eyes.

And although my pupils were measured as relatively small and my degree of nearsightedness was considered moderate, my post-Lasik night vision problems make driving a difficult challenge (starbursts at night, like the ones depicted emanating from car headlights in the above article).

The problems include double vision and a number of other distortions as a result of which I cannot drive, cannot read signs past about 10ft and struggle with reading, among other things.

My new vision is not correctable with spectacles nor with soft contact lenses.

The most you can expect from refractive surgery is the convenience of a reduced need for corrective lenses.

To attain that convenience, a patient must accept some risk.

[email protected](USA)While the occurrence of long-term refractive surgery induced complications can be devastating for those who are affected, an informed patient can take many steps that will reduce the possibility of problems from LASIK, PRK, LASEK, and other forms of surgery to reduce the need for contacts or spectacles.