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Re: laser eye surgery

Post by Guest on Tue Jan 26, 2010 7:30 pm

Good luck Sam Smile

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Re: laser eye surgery

Post by randomsam on Tue Jan 26, 2010 7:31 pm

cheers Smile

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Re: laser eye surgery

Post by rob_of_the_robots on Tue Jan 26, 2010 7:43 pm

randomsam wrote: If I don't use this forum after that its because I've gone blind Wink

Nah, they do one eye at a time don't they? So that you aren't left without both eyes.

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Re: laser eye surgery

Post by randomsam on Tue Jan 26, 2010 8:10 pm

They'll be doing both on the same day. but I like to take risks :P

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Re: laser eye surgery

Post by don't push just shove , on Wed Jan 27, 2010 10:07 am

i had it done years ago. . . . never regretted it......the only negatove point is when i train really hard, my eyes seem to get very sore with sweat goin in them, though this passes immediately after I stop sweating.

Yes, your eyesight will start to deteriorate as they do with age, though obviosulyeven if you had really shitty eyesight as a youngester it still deteriorate.

I had the longer process as my retinas were very thin . . . .just means it take 4-5 days before you can see as opposed to the 24 hours as is normal now.

Oh and it's horrible not moving your eyes when you can smell and hear youreyeballs sizzling and burning
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Re: laser eye surgery

Post by randomsam on Wed Jan 27, 2010 10:26 am

don't push just shove , wrote:i had it done years ago. . . . never regretted it......the only negatove point is when i train really hard, my eyes seem to get very sore with sweat goin in them, though this passes immediately after I stop sweating.

Yes, your eyesight will start to deteriorate as they do with age, though obviosulyeven if you had really shitty eyesight as a youngester it still deteriorate.

I had the longer process as my retinas were very thin . . . .just means it take 4-5 days before you can see as opposed to the 24 hours as is normal now.

Oh and it's horrible not moving your eyes when you can smell and hear youreyeballs sizzling and burning

Would you say your eyes are a lot more sensitive after having it done? I'm lucky in that I have thicker retinas so I can have the quicker surgery, should be able to walk out within a few hours if all goes well.

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Post by don't push just shove , on Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:32 pm

no, the only time I notice owt adverse is when i get seat in them, and they sting like fuck and go bloodshot. . . . they hurt if i'm staring at a compuetr screen all day, but I reckon thats normal anyway
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Re: laser eye surgery

Post by StLedge on Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:42 pm

don't push just shove , wrote:no, the only time I notice owt adverse is when i get seat in them, and they sting like fuck and go bloodshot. . . . they hurt if i'm staring at a compuetr screen all day, but I reckon thats normal anyway

Mine would hurt too if I got a seat stuck in them!
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Re: laser eye surgery

Post by don't push just shove , on Wed Jan 27, 2010 3:53 pm

Depends on whose seat
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Re: laser eye surgery

Post by randomsam on Wed Jan 27, 2010 6:24 pm

don't push just shove , wrote:no, the only time I notice owt adverse is when i get seat in them, and they sting like fuck and go bloodshot. . . . they hurt if i'm staring at a compuetr screen all day, but I reckon thats normal anyway

ah ok, cheers Smile

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