Morning vision blurry but enhances after few hours. I have been treated for -8 d myopia 2.5 month ago.

It is only in right eye..left eye enhanced for -0.75 after two month Lasik.but now right eye start fluctuating....m in stress .lubricant drop not helping .m puting them like crazy .as I checked in morning I hav 0.75 -d myopia but as I observ it get ok after few hours like upto afternoon .is it eye pressure that doing this or my myopia is coming back .left eye is ok .my age is 20 .i hv medical exam at 20 June for airforce India ..m so afraid .pls help me ..

Doctor Answers 2

Blurry Vision

Based on your symptoms, it sounds like you are suffering from dry eyes.  If you have regression or a residual prescription, your vision is not likely to fluctuate as you are describing.  However, if you are using your artificial tears every hour or more and you are still not noticing an improvement in your vision, there may be another reason for your symptoms.  I would recommend that you speak with your surgeon and have your eyes evaluated in person. 

San Francisco Ophthalmologist
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New York Ophthalmologist
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