Cute sig, Ploto.
Good luck Enigma
Every knee shall bow, every tongue confess
That God is love and love has come for us all
Every heart set free, every one will see
That God is love and love has come for us all
~ "Love has Come" by Mark Schultz
"Man's chief end is to glorify God and to enjoy Him forever." ~Westminister Catechism
I try to spread my message to the world the best way that I can give it
We can make it, always be optimistic
If you donít listen, gotta live my life the best way that I can live it
With the faith of a mustard seed, you can move mountains
And only the heavenly father can ease the hurt
Just let it go and keep prayiní on your knees in church (Letís go)
And be hopeful, hopeful, and Heíll make a way
I know it ainít easy but - thatís okay
Cause we hopeful -"Hope" by Twista and Faith Evans
@--- Mrs. Remington Bo ---@
Ponosen clan bratovscine Rasha in Bena
*Proud member of Rasho and Beno brotherhood*
yeah it'll feel like you got sand in your eyes afterward for a bit.
they'll give you some funny looking sunglasses to wear once you are done and tell you that you gotta go home and sleep for a few hours or at least lay down with your eyes closed, lol
I had 20/15 vision at my follow up appt
ooooh i just got two free tickets for tonight's Spurs game!!!!
I had mine done in Denver last year. $1,600. Both eyes. Lifetime warranty. And my vision is perfect.
The same procedure was going to cost me $4,500 in Albuquerque.
This dude on the corner said he'd do it for me for $200 using his Laser Pointer...should I do it...
I was legally blind with astigmatism and I now have 20/15 vision. I would totally do it again if I had to. And with any body getting old, you may need reading glasses later but not till your in late 40's, it's the same aging process as with someone who has perfect vision. Good luck with it!!!! you will absolutely love it.
Definitely get the Intralase, let the laser (and technology) do the work. Blade? No thanks.
Had mine done last January, best $3500 I ever spent. One word of caution though, if you start to get dry eyes with the drops the doc gives you, go to the store and try something different.
They gave me Refresh brand at the eye place, those made my eyes dry all the damn time. I tried Thera Tears and was completely off of eye drops about two weeks later other than a windy day here and there.
i've been looking to get this done for a while now. the only thing keeping me back were those shows on tlc i've seen where they show the dude with the scalpel cutting away a thin layer of the eye before they shoot the laser. that always creeped me out seeing the person still awake and them cutting your eye like that.
damn.. if i could find a doc in sa that would be willing to do it for 700 each i'd do it now. i know docs in la can probably manage that price due to sheer volume... but still.
Dr. Stephen B. Wiles my surgeon, he was so informative and he went through all the steps involved in the treatment and im so happy about my vision now. What effects were you experiencing before? I also encountered side effects but itís normal so no worries. Anyway I had my Lasik in my2020 how about you?
my appointment is this Friday!! Excited! lol
regular old lasik...my prescription is -6.5...i figure its about time. lol
i got prk done in nuevo laredo back in 2006 for $500. i can still see 20/20 so i guess it worked well...
Get it done. It's a painless and quick procedure.
I got it done a couple of years ago and it's helped me immensely.
Sweep the leg, Johnny...
omg..im getting nervous. lol
Everyone I've known that has had this done ends up needing glasses again like 8-10 years later
Code:Mookie2001: they say ramonce taylor makes reggie bush look like rasho
I wanna know where tha gold at? Stooooooops!
The Greatest Moment In The History Of The World:
^^most likely reading glasses?
Here we go!!
report back, thinking about it myself
Its been 3 hours and my eyes are tearing like crazy...but I can see good...
But hard to keep eyes open
I experienced that for 4 days or so after the surgery... it's not really painful but more of discomforting feeling at that.
5 hours now..and I'm fine....discomfort is pretty much gone....if my vision stays like this, I'll be happy.
Any of you guys have issues with glare or halos?
If I remember correctly, my ophthalmologist recommended me not going outside in broad daylight...best you can do is not make yourself vulnerable to areas in your home that refract light (like windows)...
I don't remember having issues with glare or halos other than the few times I stepped outside with those darkened plastic glasses they give out.
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