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Old 02-08-2018 , 08:16 AM     ngap_ruoi est dconnect  search   Quote  
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That means you have to wear glasses again? What’s the point of spending 6k then having to wear glasses again?🙊
Hmm... Yup remember your eyes just like you alway growing/shrinking.... So with luck... you don't need to wear glasses again... Without luck... you need to wear it again... Hahahahahahahaha... Until then... Good Luck...
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Old 02-08-2018 , 08:24 AM     CheriBlossom est dconnect  search   Quote  
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I did my more than 10 years ago, TLC is very affordable back then. The doctor will prescribe 2 Valium for relaxing if you are one of the nervous ones, otherwise no need them. It took less than 5 mins on the chair. Near-sighted is one of the downsides but no more contacts, no more glasses, night vision is perfect. you might see stars at night for a few months, and use drops too if needed.
Do u see stars or halos at night? How’s your night vision now, after more than 10 years? Do u get dry eyes?

My cornea is shaped like a football so I have to wear the special type of lenses like sis Ga. The hard gas perms act as a brace to control the curvature of the lenses and keeping my prescription stable.

I’ve been wearing glasses to work and when i wear contacts on the weekend, it felt really uncomfortable because of the special hard lenses. Hubby told me if should wear glasses all the time if I feel more comfortable . I don’t want my eyes to be sunken in like maybe people I’ve seen who wear glasses all the time, everyday from one year to another. 🙊
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Old 02-08-2018 , 08:46 AM     ngap_ruoi est dconnect  search   Quote  
Hmm.... À a football eye = elongated eyes = pathological myopia (also called degenerative or malignant myopia)....

You need to goto specialist to fully check your eyes before doing LASIK....... Until then... Good Luck...
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Old 02-08-2018 , 09:35 AM     CheriBlossom est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Hmm.... À hèm... Depending on your eyes... some people will need to wear eyes glasses again when getting old... some people don't... The procedure take only 5 min per eye... After numbed your eye they install a eyes guard or clips so you can not blink your eyes. Then cut a flap on top you the eyes and fold it back on top of your eye.. Then using laser to make correction inside your eye.. When complete the fold the flap back and the next eye will done next. After that a few drops of medication into each eyes... and they also give you some medication and 2 metal/plastic eyes protection to be use when you sleep.

The next day you need to come back to check up to see if the flap full close or to check for complication... The after that one week check up. Mean time you need to be off about 1 week for healing and medications drops..... Yup you need to buy atlease 2 kinds of medication.... 1 for prevention of bacteria (aka steroid).... 2 lubricant for the eyes....

The procedure usually cut 1 eye for far and 1 for near sight... After that your brain will balance it out... So you don't have to wear glasses for far or near sight ... For some people if your eye balls is stretching then after 10 year you might need to get glasses again...

Complication... Sometime doctor : over/under cut you might need glasses but your glasses will be thin..... Over cut the flap, flap fall out to the ground.... then the flap will be replace with donor eye flap. Eyes not healing well might need to be redone.
the percent of the complication is very low...

That all for now... But 1 thing for sure when you get old.. Beside doing lasik or not..... you may need lubricant for your eyes..... Until then... Good Luck..
You really are making me not want to undergo this type of elective surgery.

That’s what I’m araid of. I don’t want to have them create the flaps which might go flapping away on the floor then I would need to wait in line for a flap donor while going blind.🙊 I don’t want to spend 6k, then 6k more to fix something that went wrong then more money trying to fix a complication that could’ve been avoided in the first place .

Nghe the cornea’s flap, flapping in the wind then fall out thay ghe ^ qua ‘ -di.

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Old 02-08-2018 , 09:40 AM     CheriBlossom est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Hmm... Yup remember your eyes just like you alway growing/shrinking.... So with luck... you don't need to wear glasses again... Without luck... you need to wear it again... Hahahahahahahaha... Until then... Good Luck...
Did u get it done?

This is 50/50? I’m probably the 1 % of the population that would experience a surgery gone wrong. 🙊

My aunt know a lady who had ear surgery. She was told that only 1% of the population will get complications and guess what? She came in a pretty woman and left with half of her face looking like she had a stroke. So sad. I don’t know what I would do if I’m that unlucky 1%.
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Old 02-08-2018 , 10:38 AM     ngap_ruoi est dconnect  search   Quote  
Hmm.... Don't worry... There are tool to cut out the flap... they don't cut all the way... but in some case if the doctor make a mistake and cut all the way... then it might drop... but don't worry, because the alway have donor flap stock up in the cabinet.

The flap drop, fly away because those people didn't follow the instruction..... like do not rub your eyes, do not go outside in a strong wind without eyes protection, do not take shower with out getting eyes wet for the first 1-2 day... If you want to shower then wear swimming goggle...

The eyes flap need only 24 hours to settle down and bond back to your eyes... so the first 2 days is most critical and after 1 week your eyes is on the way for healing... and it might take to 3 months before it become fully heal... So listen to the doctor..... wear both eyes protection when sleep... The everything should be OK..

Yes, I got lasik done 15 years ago... I also got football eyes... throw in a Macular detachment (aka hole in the eyes)... Hole now sealed with laser also... Then, I go for scleral buckle support surgery using donor oblique muscles... on both eyes... My wife family side all think that the doctors pop my eye ball out of the socket.... put the camera behind it the patch my eyes up.... and my real eyes is in a bottle with preserve solution... Hahahahahahahaha...

But I alway joke with my wife... I told my wife if I go outside and look at other woman.... then don't get mad because the donor muscle fulling my eyes to see them... Hahahahahahahahaha...

And yes one day I will be blind... but don't worry... I alway be happy... and hopefully I will pass away before I go blind... Therefore.... everything can go wrong at anytime... The only thing is do you except it or not.... Until then... Good Luck...

Ps... I now need glasses to see far... but don't need it yet to see near.... Hahahahahahahahah... So that another joke... if my eyes blik bliking, wink wink at some one at a distance then I forgot to wear my glasses.... not because I want to flirt with that person... Hahahahahahaha....

Pps.. Yes after lasik... you will see star at car head light... but after awhile is gone away... So more excuse not to drive at night....
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Old 02-08-2018 , 11:08 AM     danny123 est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Do u see stars or halos at night? How’s your night vision now, after more than 10 years? Do u get dry eyes?

My cornea is shaped like a football so I have to wear the special type of lenses like sis Ga. The hard gas perms act as a brace to control the curvature of the lenses and keeping my prescription stable.

I’ve been wearing glasses to work and when i wear contacts on the weekend, it felt really uncomfortable because of the special hard lenses. Hubby told me if should wear glasses all the time if I feel more comfortable . I don’t want my eyes to be sunken in like maybe people I’ve seen who wear glasses all the time, everyday from one year to another. 🙊
lasik now is pretty cheap ( come down in prices) and more accuracy, dont worry about it.. only takes couple mins for each eye and it will be done in no time, .. the feels giông nhu là kiến cắn vậy ... thường thì bác sỉ họ bắn laser chính xac lắm you will get 20/20 with small astigmatism... check the doctors background to see how many procedures they have done.. 10k or 20k or more procedures , they are reliable , great docs.. go for it. Couple friends done it only $3000 for bọth


Astimagtism..
https://www.bing.com/images/search?v...ism&ajaxhist=0

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Old 02-08-2018 , 12:39 PM     CheriBlossom est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Hmm.... Don't worry... There are tool to cut out the flap... they don't cut all the way... but in some case if the doctor make a mistake and cut all the way... then it might drop... but don't worry, because the alway have donor flap stock up in the cabinet.

The flap drop, fly away because those people didn't follow the instruction..... like do not rub your eyes, do not go outside in a strong wind without eyes protection, do not take shower with out getting eyes wet for the first 1-2 day... If you want to shower then wear swimming goggle...

The eyes flap need only 24 hours to settle down and bond back to your eyes... so the first 2 days is most critical and after 1 week your eyes is on the way for healing... and it might take to 3 months before it become fully heal... So listen to the doctor..... wear both eyes protection when sleep... The everything should be OK..

Yes, I got lasik done 15 years ago... I also got football eyes... throw in a Macular detachment (aka hole in the eyes)... Hole now sealed with laser also... Then, I go for scleral buckle support surgery using donor oblique muscles... on both eyes... My wife family side all think that the doctors pop my eye ball out of the socket.... put the camera behind it the patch my eyes up.... and my real eyes is in a bottle with preserve solution... Hahahahahahahaha...

But I alway joke with my wife... I told my wife if I go outside and look at other woman.... then don't get mad because the donor muscle fulling my eyes to see them... Hahahahahahahahaha...

And yes one day I will be blind... but don't worry... I alway be happy... and hopefully I will pass away before I go blind... Therefore.... everything can go wrong at anytime... The only thing is do you except it or not.... Until then... Good Luck...

Ps... I now need glasses to see far... but don't need it yet to see near.... Hahahahahahahahah... So that another joke... if my eyes blik bliking, wink wink at some one at a distance then I forgot to wear my glasses.... not because I want to flirt with that person... Hahahahahahaha....

Pps.. Yes after lasik... you will see star at car head light... but after awhile is gone away... So more excuse not to drive at night....
That sound horrible. I don’t and won’t pay them 6k to damage my eyes.

People should be aware and remember to do research before u decide. I won’t do it even if my glasses are thick as a coke bottle.

Without these coke bottles glasses on the weekend, minh nhin dep gai lam -do’, 😅

Halloween Cowgirl 2017 selfie without the cowboy hat. Check out how thick the glasses are. I’m not kidding. 😭 I was gonna wear contacts that morning but didn’t think it was worth it so I wore glasses the whole time, even picture time. I used to be so self conscious but as u get older, who cares anymore.

[img]https://servimg.com/view/19837964


I didn’t like wearing glasses to work due to its thickness. In fact, the first week was the most difficult but your eyes will thank you for doing them such a grand favor later.

Recently, I’ve noticed my visual acuity seems to be getting better. I can see more clearly even at night with glasses.

When I wore contacts to work, at the end of the day and after I take them off, I still couldn’t see clearly with my glasses. What’s worse, I couldn’t see well after I left work. It would be blurry and sad thing was, I couldn’t even read the license plate of the car ahead of me.

I now wear contacts only twice a week and vision has gotten so much better. When I pop the contacts out on the weekend at the end of the day , I could see so clearly unilike when I wore it everyday.

Hopefully with my determination, my visual acuity will improve naturally everyday. My happiest day will be the day I switch out the this thick pair of coke bottle glasses for a thinner pair, without the aide of high index lenses.

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Old 02-08-2018 , 12:58 PM     CheriBlossom est dconnect  search   Quote  
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lasik now is pretty cheap ( come down in prices) and more accuracy, dont worry about it.. only takes couple mins for each eye and it will be done in no time, .. the feels giông nhu là kiến cắn vậy ... thường thì bác sỉ họ bắn laser chính xac lắm you will get 20/20 with small astigmatism... check the doctors background to see how many procedures they have done.. 10k or 20k or more procedures , they are reliable , great docs.. go for it. Couple friends done it only $3000 for bọth


Astimagtism..
https://www.bing.com/images/search?v...ism&ajaxhist=0
I have astigmatism in my right eye. Left one is fine. I think I must have done something really bad in my past life to have crappy vision like this in this life. oh, how I wish I was born with 20/20 vision like most people out there.
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Old 02-08-2018 , 02:00 PM     danny123 est dconnect  search   Quote  
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I have astigmatism in my right eye. Left one is fine. I think I must have done something really bad in my past life to have crappy vision like this in this life. oh, how I wish I was born with 20/20 vision like most people out there.
đi làm lasik đi .. lái xe không cần đeo đít chai cho tới khi già 55 tuổi okê ...cái lợi nhiều hơn cái hại sợ gì ?
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Old 02-12-2018 , 03:44 AM     ngap_ruoi est dconnect  search   Quote  
Hmm... À hèm đừng hiểu lầm... vì lúc đi khám mắt để làm LASIK... họ gởi đi BS chuyên môn khác để khám vì họ thấy có cái gì không ổn trong mắt...

Và cũng vì đi BS chuyên môn thì mới khám ra những cái khác... sau đó làm BS Lasik... rồi mới về BS chuyên môn về mắt để làm 2 thứ kia... Nếu không làm lasik thì... đâu biết tới 2 chuyện kia... thì bây giờ chắc đã bị mù rồi.... Hahahahahahaha... Until then... Good Luck..
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Old 02-12-2018 , 05:35 AM     CheriBlossom est dconnect  search   Quote  
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đi làm lasik đi .. lái xe không cần đeo đít chai cho tới khi già 55 tuổi okê ...cái lợi nhiều hơn cái hại sợ gì ?
You don’t see glares or halos at night? Do u get dry eyes at all? I get scared after watching how the procedure is done and the side effect that many get after.

If I ever overcome my fear, Hubby wouldn’t let me do it. He said if I decide to do it and something happens, don’t come to him crying.
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Old 02-12-2018 , 05:53 AM     CheriBlossom est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Hmm... À hèm đừng hiểu lầm... vì lúc đi khám mắt để làm LASIK... họ gởi đi BS chuyên môn khác để khám vì họ thấy có cái gì không ổn trong mắt...

Và cũng vì đi BS chuyên môn thì mới khám ra những cái khác... sau đó làm BS Lasik... rồi mới về BS chuyên môn về mắt để làm 2 thứ kia... Nếu không làm lasik thì... đâu biết tới 2 chuyện kia... thì bây giờ chắc đã bị mù rồi.... Hahahahahahaha... Until then... Good Luck..
I’ve been seeing the Costco’s optometrist for many years for glasses and contacts because he’s convenient.

Before everything, hubby always told me to get Lasiks. This was when I found out from my local optometrist that Hubby stopped telling me to get the surgery done.

A couple of years ago, I asked him about Lasiks. He told me he didn’t believe in Lasiks and wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. He said speaking from his perspective, and seeing me as one of his family member, asked me how old I was then looked at my chart for my age, he said i could be his younger sister and told me he would never recommend me or his family getting it done.

But if I insisted, he would give me the name of the surgeon who he knew is really good. Well, maybe he want to continue seeing me every year cuz he would lose a patient if I had Lasiks. 🙊😅jk i told Hubby what he told me and how I wouldn’t be a good candidate because of many reasons and factors. After that, he stopped asking me to get Lasiks.

I will make an appointment to see an ophthalmologist and will ask him again if he think I’m a good candidate. Let’s see if he’s a good and caring doctor or not.

It’s not easy to find a good caring doc nowadays. I need to see different docs to decide if this Costco doc is good at all. 😅🙊🙉🙈
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Old 02-12-2018 , 06:13 AM     tho_us est dconnect  search   Quote  
I don't see stars any more, can't remember when they went away, not long after surgery. Night vision is perfect, I don't have dry eyes except when my summer allergy attacks. i didn't like hard lens because they were uncomfortable, always wore soft lens and replaced every 2 weeks. Consultation is free if you want to get it done.

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Do u see stars or halos at night? How’s your night vision now, after more than 10 years? Do u get dry eyes?

My cornea is shaped like a football so I have to wear the special type of lenses like sis Ga. The hard gas perms act as a brace to control the curvature of the lenses and keeping my prescription stable.

I’ve been wearing glasses to work and when i wear contacts on the weekend, it felt really uncomfortable because of the special hard lenses. Hubby told me if should wear glasses all the time if I feel more comfortable . I don’t want my eyes to be sunken in like maybe people I’ve seen who wear glasses all the time, everyday from one year to another. 🙊
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Old 02-12-2018 , 10:48 AM     DamTc est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Anyone has this done? Please share ur experience.

Was it painful? Do they send U home with pain meds? With the procedure, they’ll cut the flap around ur iris to do the correction. My question is, how do they seal the flap when done? Will the flap ever fall out for some reason ?
same set of questions I asked them .
no hurt, no paịn. Only the burning smell while they are doing ịt. I asked "smell like BBQ. Is that my eyes?". He said "well, not mine". "are you burning my eyes?". He said "well, not me, this machine"
For weeks, dónt rub your eyes. Only clean the ends of them in the morning. Use the artificial eye drops. They sold me some antibiotic drops too. Use it for for a week before and after the surgery. Dónt go swimming for weeks. Dónt get in a fight. Dónt let people have a chance to punch you in the eyes. Always wear dark sunglasses when looking in the sun. Tháts about it

Side affect: most cut girls are uglier now
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Old 02-13-2018 , 05:29 AM     CheriBlossom est dconnect  search   Quote  
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I don't see stars any more, can't remember when they went away, not long after surgery. Night vision is perfect, I don't have dry eyes except when my summer allergy attacks. i didn't like hard lens because they were uncomfortable, always wore soft lens and replaced every 2 weeks. Consultation is free if you want to get it done.
I guess it varies from 1 person to another because majority of the people I’ve talked to who had the surgery told me they had to use eyesdrops 3 Times a day and that special eye drops are not cheap either.

I have dry eyes already and wonder what would happen if I get the surgery. Chac mat thon dau chiu ko noi dau.😭
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Old 02-13-2018 , 05:33 AM     Ga`10 est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Did u get it done?

This is 50/50? I’m probably the 1 % of the population that would experience a surgery gone wrong. 🙊

My aunt know a lady who had ear surgery. She was told that only 1% of the population will get complications and guess what? She came in a pretty woman and left with half of her face looking like she had a stroke. So sad. I don’t know what I would do if I’m that unlucky 1%.
If you are that paranoy about the worst things that could happen, then don't do it! Noone can force you to have this procedure done if you don't feel comfortable with it.

There's nothing wrong with wearing glasses and you can continue to do so!
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Old 02-13-2018 , 05:34 AM     CheriBlossom est dconnect  search   Quote  
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same set of questions I asked them .
no hurt, no paịn. Only the burning smell while they are doing ịt. I asked "smell like BBQ. Is that my eyes?". He said "well, not mine". "are you burning my eyes?". He said "well, not me, this machine"
For weeks, dónt rub your eyes. Only clean the ends of them in the morning. Use the artificial eye drops. They sold me some antibiotic drops too. Use it for for a week before and after the surgery. Dónt go swimming for weeks. Dónt get in a fight. Dónt let people have a chance to punch you in the eyes. Always wear dark sunglasses when looking in the sun. Tháts about it

Side affect: most cut girls are uglier now
Burning smell?😳 Nghe ghe vay.

I heard once they cut the flaps, they’ll never heal even after 20 years that’s why u should never have enemies and/ or need to be extra careful cuz anything that fly into ur eyes can rip the flap off ur cornea easily.

Is that the reason why my Hubby look so cute and hot everyday? 😅
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Old 02-13-2018 , 05:38 AM     †ịnhTâm est dconnect  search   Quote  
Hỏi vụ nầy cũng giống như hỏi mấy mụ làm phẩu thuật, lâu ngày sanh biến chứng nhìn giống như búp bê bị hư, tuy nhiên mấy mẻ cứ phán là "oh, tốt lắm, làm đi!" Nghe lời mấy đứa chưa từng làm mà chỉ ngáp ruồi rồi gú gồ ra chỉ thì bỏ mother!
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Old 02-13-2018 , 05:38 AM     su*c.pha`n est dconnect  search   Quote  
Phàn làm rồi ...làm trên 10 năm nay, thích lắm, có nguòi bị khô mắt có nguòi không, muốn biết thêm chi tiết về cá nhân thì phải đi consult vói bs mắt
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