I had lasik done in both eyes Oct 2011, had inhancement done in Left eye Sept 2012. I was put on restasis before 2011 surgery for dry eye and I also take Mega Red .
Just this past few weeks I have has SEVERE dry eye, expecially at night. I will wake up and there is no moisture in my eyes and my eye lids are stuck to my eyes.
I am allergic to elm and oak pollen, and have had taken allergy shots in the past to control it.
I went to eye doc. and they gave me liquigel eye drops to help keep the moisture on my eyes. This is working at night. My problem is now during the day my eyes are irritated, blurry vision and just plain hurt.
I am scheduled to return for follow up next week. Has anyone else had this problem and did it get any better. I would love to be able to see clear again with out the pain.View Thread
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