My sister had all the bad after effects of lasik, like halos and dry eyes. She was miserable for months. We did some online research and found a dr in Maryland who specializes and treats lasik problems. Most of my sisters problems have been resolved. She has not been this happy in months!! Here is the docs web site lasikfailures.com
Well, yes, generally speaking, it is normal to have halos after the lasik eye surgery. According to some researches, halos can occur after the lasik surgery. And there are also two factors which can lead to it. First, the corneal flap not adhering properly after surgery. And then, the pupil dilates to a size larger than the treatment zone Glare. When halos occur after LASIK, it will appear as a ring of light around objects, especially at night. For your situation, you need to go and see the eye doctor as soon as possible, for it can be dangerous to have it.
There are many side effects after the lasik eye surgery which you should take great notice. It is abnormal for you to have the halos in the eyes. You should protect the eyes carefully. You should not sit in front of the computers for a long time with little rest. You should eat more food with vitamin C. You should not use the medical care after the lasik eye surgery which will affect the recovery. You just have the good rest for the eyes.
Yes, it is possible to have halo vision after laser surgery although rare. Lasik surgery is very popular used to correct vision errors for people who have myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. Lasik surgery works by reshaping the cornea to have the light properly focused on retina through correct curvature. It has many benefits to make itself popular, for example, your vision could be corrected immediately with very high success rate. Nearly 90% of patient has their vision corrected after Lasik surgery. There is little pain and discomfort after Lasik surgery with short recovery time. And there are no stitches or bandage required as PRK surgery. Most people don't depend on eyewears for vision correction any more. Yet both good and bad, it has some side effects too. People might experience night vision problems, glare or halos around light. But most cases of this night vision problem will disappear within months after your eyes recovered completely. If the situation is serious, you should avoid driving in night. Talk to your doctor to seek his/her help.