Lasik Eye Surgery – Still a Possibility?

I finally have an answer to whether or not I can get Lasik eye surgery done. And the answer is that I can get it as long as my health has been stable for at least 6 months. I feel like this is a tricky question because what does stable mean? Does it mean that my bloodwork is stable? I have no symptoms? But I have time at least to get that figured out.

I’m not sure at this point if I still want the surgery or not. I’m glad to know that it’s an option at least. But this type of surgery is considered cosmetic so it’s something that I will have to pay out of pocket for. Lasik is not cheap either.

It’s something I’m really going to have to consider if I want to go through with this or not. I don’t see it happening anytime in the near future. I have some other things I’d like to get done in life before a laser is taken to my eyeballs.

Until next time!

1 thought on “Lasik Eye Surgery – Still a Possibility?

  1. Lasik surgery involve creation of a flap in cornea before laser could be delivered.its place back and patients wait for it to heal. If someone has some chronic disease like diabetes, arthritis, steroids use ect, which delays healing, than Lasik is risky. It’s not the question is 6 months only.

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