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Still Up In The Air — 9 Comments

  1. if i were in your position, i’d try it πŸ™‚ think of the advantages na lang πŸ™‚ base on statistics, the success of LASIK is quite high naman and i’m sure that you’ll have it done with a reputable clinic and doctor.

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  2. Lasik is what I have been thinking too. Basically for me, if I remove my glasses, I am as good as ‘blind.’

  3. I know a couple people who have had this done and have had absolutely no problem. This procedures seems to be very common nowadays. I think if you research the person sho performs the procedure and make sure that they are qualified, check with the BBB, AMA, etc you should be fine. My mother-in-law could hardly see at all, it was awful watching her try to read or watch tv – it has had a huge impact on her life.

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  4. I personally choose not to do it because everyone I know who did, ended up back in contacts or glasses within 5 years. to me that isn’t worth the expense, as the insurance does not cover it. Currently all but one of us in the house have glasses and I am sure that my daughter will end up with them eventually. Good luck making the decision.

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  5. My doctor also said that I was a good candidate and I would love to have it done since without glasses, I’m pretty blind. I would love to see without glasses as I haven’t been able to do that since I was 8 years old, but I can’t afford it. And we have one of the best eye surgeons right here in our city, too! πŸ™

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  6. I feel the exact same way. That is the reason why I continue to wear disposable contact lenses. Nevertheless, I have many friends and acquaintances who have done the lasik eye surgery and no one has had any problems and they are all fully eyesight able and happy with the choice they made.

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  7. My mom can’t see a foot away when she isn’t wearing her contact lenses. She’s always wanted this surgery, but says she’d only have one eye done at a time, just in case!!! πŸ˜‰

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