I have very blurry vision after my lasik eye surgery. How long before it clears up?

Eval to find cause. Common reasons can be dry eye, inflammation, residual prescription, and others. Best to have specific cause determined and treated appropriately by your eye surgeon.
How long? You should see better right away, the same day. Call your doctor and find out the cause of your blurred vision soon.

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If I get lasik eye surgery will I have perfect 20/20 vision and no longer need my glasses?

Potential, 4 awhile. Depending on your unique corneal variables ( astigmatism, level of myopia/hyperopia, corneal thickness, posterior corneal curvature) if all acceptable, then you have about an 95 to 98% chance to be out of your corrective spectacle/contact lenses. At least for awhile anyway. As you age, other factors enter the glasses freedom era, such as presbyopia, cataracts, corneal elasticity changes. . Read more...

How long it will back to normal vision after lasik eye surgery?

Hours. Most people have excellent vision within hours of having lasik. Many wake up seeing 20/20 the next day. Your surgeon will check you the next day to make sure things are going well. Read more...
Fast recovery. Within hours to see well without any correction. Majority of time the vision is back to normal by next day. On occasion it may take a few days to get the perfect vsion. Read more...
Depends . Many patients have excellent vision on the first day after surgery. Others take a week or two. For complete stability, it takes months. Your vision should be adequate to return to normal activities and work within a few days of surgery. Read more...

After having lasik eye surgery is it common to still or to get blurry eyes not as bad as they were before but still bad to affect your vision?

Its possible. If the vision comes and goes it is probably dry eye which is common after lasik. It depends on how long ago you had surgery but dryness may improve over time. I would talk to your eye doctor and try some lubricating eyedrops (tears) that are available over the counter to see if you can get any relief. Read more...
Yes. Dryness is probably the most common reason someone may experience temporary fluctuation in their vision after lasik, even for several months. There are effective treatments for this condition, including prescription eye drops and good artificial tears. Read more...

I underwent lasek eye surgery before 3 weeks and I have blurry vision, is it normal?

Can be. After lasik surgery your eyes will be very dry, because the nerves that tell your tear glands to make tears have been severed. Until these nerves regrow (which they will), you will need artificial eye drops on a regular basis. When i had lasik, my eyes were blurry when i woke because they were dry, but this got better with drops and time. Check with your surgeon too though. Read more...
Check with Dr. Vision may heal slowly after prk or lasek. Check with your surgeon to ensure that your healing is on track. Vision after lasik usually returns rapidly, usually a significant amount by the next day. Read more...

Is LASIK eye surgery a permanent fix to correct my vision? How safe is procedure? And typical costs?

LASIK. Safe with appropriate screening. Relatively permanent again with good screening, but won't prevent you from needing reading glasses at 40-45 and prescription change later in life with cataracts. Avg costs are about $2000 per eye. Take care. Read more...

Is it possible to have lasik eye surgery to correct vision problems caused by an eye injury?

Unlikely. If he eye injury was severe enough to change the focus of the eye, you likely are not an ideal candidate for lasik. Sometimes, with limited scarring of the cornea prk can be used to clear the cornea - this is lasik without the flap performed directly on the anterior corneal surface. Read more...
No. Most likely the eye injury will have damaged the eye enough that just doing lasik will not correct the vision enough, or sometimes the eye injury causes other problems that contraindicate getting lasik done. The best way to know if a good candidate for lasik is to have a preop eval. Read more...
Unlikely. Lasik will not correct serious problems from eye injuries. There is only a chance it may help if you can correct the vision with glasses despite the eye injury. It is very dependent on the type and location of the eye injury. Read more...
Most likely no. Injury to the eye often causes decreased vision, corneal scarring, irregular astigmatism. These things are not correctable by laser eye surgery. See a corneal surgeon for an evaluation to be sure though. Read more...

The next day of having lasik eye surgery, I was informed that I have strange immune response that delay my vision improvement. Is that curable?

? Need to know what kind if reaction you developed after surgery, the statement is vague, is it a reaction or an immune disorder that you had prior, at any rate, if it were just a "response", it will take its time and resolve, can't really tell about your vision and the result after the LASIK, your ophthalmologist would be able to judge better, goodluck . Read more...
Hard to say. The problem with eye surgery is that sometimes it induces the body's immune system to react to the eye tissue as a foreign protein. The results depends on how severe or type of immune response against it. Trust your ophthalmologist to assist you on this and do not skip any follow-up appts. Read more...