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16-02-2020, 19:47   #61
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16-02-2020, 20:59   #62
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No, not after the initial consultation, and most definitely not after the procedure itself.
Why cant you drive after the initial consultation, do they do something to your eyes during it? And for how many hours can you not drive?
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21-02-2020, 22:02   #66
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Why cant you drive after the initial consultation, do they do something to your eyes during it? And for how many hours can you not drive?
They give you drops to dilate your pupils. Get blurred vision afterwards. Hard to read your phone/look at TV.
I didn't drive till next day.
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Ah right, didnt know that, thanks. Do they tell you not to drive until the next day or can you drive some hours later?
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24-02-2020, 13:40   #68
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Ah right, didnt know that, thanks. Do they tell you not to drive until the next day or can you drive some hours later?
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During the consultation, which will take approximately one hour, your Optometrist will use some dilating drops on your eyes which will leave your vision blurry and sensitive to light for around 8hrs. For this reason, we recommend that you avoid driving during this period. Although you can still continue your day as normal, computer work and reading may be difficult. You may also need a pair of sunglasses after your appointment to help with any sensitivity to light.

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Got PRK with optilase on Saturday,vision still very fuzzy. Is that normal? Getting slightly worried
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