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The most you can expect from refractive surgery is the convenience of a reduced need for corrective lenses.

I had no idea before having the Lasik operation that activities such as night driving might be difficult or even impossible if the surgery ends up -- no one quite knows why in my case --creating problems in how one's eye processes light.

Please, think very, very, carefully about how much you risk when you risk your two precious eyes to such an operation.

"High myopes" (those with, say, prescription of 8 diopters or more) are particularly at risk for the kind of complications I have had.

I was not warned before having Lasik surgery two years ago that my previously diagnosed "dry eyes" would be made much worse by the operation.

Further, due to dry eye induced by the surgery itself, I can't wear rigid contacts - the only kind of lens that can help me see reasonably well.

My bitterest feelings about the process are that they failed to warn me that an unsuccessful surgery might be more than just being longsighted or shortsighted afterwards but rather that I might never again be able to see properly through glasses.

I have to purchase special artificial tears (called Dakrina) from a pharmacist. Cindy(Tron)I had radial keratotomy surgery in 1984 and though the techniques have changed the risk assessment and risk appear to have changed very little.

If you are a perfect candidate and the operation is with out error then you are in the high percentage bracket for having a successful refractive surgery experience.

Three years later i still suffer from severe dry eye and night blindness. I set up the i Irish support group for sufferers here in Ireland and have travelled to the USA to meet Ron Link of the has sufferers posting on a daily basis from all over the world.

Please read your pre-op information and make sure you ask to have your eyes checked for any tear film abnormality or dryness. Therein you will find doctors and patients from around the world intereacting on a variety of topics regarding improper screening and the paucity of long-term solutions for those who have problems after surgery. Even with a 1% complication rate, in the US alone that adds up to over 10,000 people per year.

Depending upon your individual circumstances, that risk may be acceptable or too great.