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A 49-year-old member asked:

Concerning those who had prk laser eye surgery, how would you describe the "blurry" vision, what to do?

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Dr. Kurt Andreason
Ophthalmology - LASIK Surgery 24 years experience
PRK: Prk is a type of corneal laser surface treatment that doesn't require a flap to be created, as in lasik. But it takes longer to recover from, and typically 1-3 months for your vision to stabilize. Talk to your surgeon. It is also important to treat dry eyes, and although the surgey may have reduced your prescription greatly, there still may be a little left that some glasses would improve.

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A 34-year-old member asked:

After prk laser eye surgery, what to do about blurry vision?

1 doctor answer1 doctor weighed in
Dr. Hussain Elhalis
Ophthalmology 12 years experience
Continue follow up: Recovery from PRK is slower than LASIK, but in the end, the results are very similar. You will have decent vision after a few days but it can take a few weeks, even a few months, to get clear vision. Continue follow up with your eye surgeon and adhere to the recommended treatment. If you are concerned, see them sooner. Good luck.
Last updated Oct 11, 2018

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