I had LASIK on my both eyes before 10 days. The next day, my right eye was clear, but my left eye was blurry. I went to the doctor and he said that there are striae on my flap, which needs to be fixed again by a surgery. He asked me to wait for two days because he thought that the vision might come as it was cleared by 5% since the operated day. Later, I had my other surgery where the doctor raised the flap, stretched and put it back. I was told that the surgery is successful and vision will come in three days. I visit the doctor every day to show the results, but I still have no vision and it is more than five days now. Kindly please tell me when will my vision come. How much time will it take? I was told that my epithelial cells are not formed yet they needed another day. Please help me.
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I went to the hospital today. I was told that my epithelial cells are generated now and my BCL (bandage contact lens) has been removed. My vision is still not clear and is blurry, How much time will epithelial layer take to settle for clear vision?
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