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suffering from Herpes Simplex
currently taking medication that may interfere with body's ability to heal
suffering from severe allergies or diseases
or have a corneal infection or scarring.
Also listed among those who are not considered for laser eye surgery are those who have had previous eye surgery, those who have inflammation of eye or eyelids accompanied by crusting of eyelashes, suffer from unstable refractive problems, currently take medication that causes them to suffer ocular side effects, those with Keratonconus, glaucoma or high blood pressure in eye region, corneal injury, and those who are taking sumatriptan for migraine relief.
Some of risks
Among more specific risks that are associated with laser eye surgery are:
reduced low-light vision
increased need for reading glasses and severe dry-eye syndrome.
It's best to discuss these risks with your physician before committing yourself to having this procedure performed, since there will be no way to reclaim diminished or lost sight when it comes about as result of laser eye surgery.
One other consideration that you'll have to pay careful attention to is reputation and success rate of doctor who will be performing surgery. He or she should be licensed in area of laser eye surgery and care, and be able to offer an impressive success rate.
If possible, check with other people who may have undergone this procedure with that particular doctor before making that final decision, in order to get their impression of both treatment and doctor, as well as an accounting of their experiences after opting to have laser eye surgery.
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