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Halos and Glares

So when I was 18, suddenly during monsoon days I noticed some change in my vision. I began to see halos and glares during the street lights, head lights of vehicles, reflection of sun on surface but not around white lights like those in houses. I visited the best doctors of Ahmedabad and had undergone every possible test but there was no irregularity found. So now I am planning for Lasik as I am a person with near sightedness (L -3.75, R -3.75). Is it safe or does it induce future complications because of my vision condition.
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Dr. Hetalkumar Yagnik Surat | Ophthalmologist/ Eye Surgeon
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See LASIK can cause more haloes at night.if you can ignore them then it is the best and safe procedure but if you are not happy with haloes rightnow then I would suggest to go for ICL. that will have less haloes than lasik
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You are at the rite age to go for Lasik. You just need to follow what ever ur doctor says. Go for a complete check up again. And go ahead with Lasik.
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