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Brooke peters


05/08/2012

How long will it take for the eye prescription to be stable after lasik surgery?

I had lasik surgery 6 months ago,but recently I found out that my prescription is not yet stable.Is it normal?How long will it take for the eye prescription to be stable after lasik surgery?
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  • Cary

    05/08/2012

    Generally speaking, it takes no sooner than 2 months for the prescription to be stable after lasik surgery. Discomfort and blurry vsion is rare and minimal, not to speak it is 6 months after the surgery. Usually vision is immediately improved but may fluctuate for several weeks. But it may keep stable for no more than 2 months. You'd better go back to where you have done the surgery to have your eyes checked.
  • Caroline bell

    05/08/2012

    It depends. For some people, their prescription become stable several days after lasik surgery. While for some other people, it may take them a week or two to get the stable prescription. It even takes a few people several months to get the stable prescription after lasik surgery. You should go to see your doctor in the first several months to check whether your eyes are in good condition.
  • Jacqueline warren

    05/08/2012

    Generally it may take 6 months but can be longer if your eye condition is not good.If you are very worried,you can have a check to your eyes.
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