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 Post subject: St. Pete Times: An early adopter looks at her eyes
PostPosted: Sun May 11, 2008 12:01 am 
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An early adopter looks at her eyes

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Burning. Stinging. Scratchiness. For the past few years, I've known I was among the many Americans with painful dry eyes. But it wasn't until all the publicity about a recent federal hearing that I realized the dryness might stem from something other than age or heredity: Lasik eye surgery.


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In less than two months, the miracle turned out to be something less. It was hard to drive at night because every light had a brilliant halo. And the vision in my left eye began to slip, meaning anything more than few feet away looked fuzzy or blurry. I returned for an "enhancement'' of the left eye, in which the cornea was reshaped again. That restored perfect vision for a time. But within a year, my sight declined to the point I've had to wear glasses for driving ever since.


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