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Hi. My brother had a Lasik surgery, a month ago. He was shortsighted and after the surgery he had a good vision, but only in the first few days. Now, he has a new problem, a trouble seeing at night after that Lasik surgery. I think that Lasik is here to blame. The doctor said that his vision should improve, but not so sure. Does anybody know anything about that?

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Hi. Many people have good vision in the first few days, and it may take up to 3 months for his vision to improve. During this time he may have a dry eyes, trouble seeing at night and he may see glare or halos around the light. Fortunately, these side effects are temporary. But, there are some risks after Lasik. Rare cases, but he may experience some visual loss that will require more medical treatment. Also, the corneal flap may not be as good as it should. This could mean some more surgery. Irregular healing of the cornea is not common, but if it happens, his vision may go worse and he will need a corneal transplant. Vision may not be fully corrected and his poor night vision may be permanent (rare cases).
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