Think I heard similar - keep the drops in else it stings like mad.A friend of mine had it done about five years ago.
Thinking about giving it ago myself. Apparently it's quite straight forward, just make sure you abide by the rules afterwards (up to 72 hours after having it done)
Anyone done it? Go ok?
Go see this chap https://www.ed-lyons.com/about-ed-lyons/
The best there is, he advised me not to go the laser route and wont go that route himself
I know there are a lot of people very happy with it but I know 2 people that nearly lost their sight after laser surgery ( a good friend and my also father in law who the laser company juts dumped in a casualty department ! )
Yes very quick procedure.I looked into it a lot when it was in its early years. But a friend with much worse sight recently had hers done and it was 50 seconds an eye.
My prescription has been the same for 15 years. I am 39. And I am reading up on it a lot given how terrified I am of doctors, dentists etc.
Think that is the way forward but told a "set" lens is fitted then near or far is made up with glasses again.I would read plenty that isn`t an advert and make your choice. https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/laser-eye-surgery/
RLE (Refractive Lens exchange) is the same surgery as cataracts and is a better longer term option if it is clinically worth it.