Over a year ago I decided to check out laser eye surgery. What I initially heard and read about it was all very positive, so I went for it. On April 29th, 2010 I got my eyes lasered at Memira in Fredrikstad. This first treatment didn’t give me 100% sharp vision on both eyes, so […]
Yesterday I went back to Memira for a more thorough examination (the examination of 2 weeks ago didn’t really give me all the answers). This time I was scheduled with the ‘big guns’: both the ‘fagsjef’ (not sure about the correct translation: I guess ‘chief advisor’ comes closest) and one of their surgeons. It was
Hmm… Earlier this afternoon I had my first real checkup (there is one the day after, but that’s just a quick check to see nothing serious went wrong during the treatment) after my 3rd round of LASIK at Memira. During this 3rd round, which was on October 18th, my left eye got corrected as well.
(saga as in ‘long epic story’…) Since it’s now about a month after round 2, it was time for another checkup at Memira in Fredrikstad. For some reason, I was not met by my regular optometrist, but by another one. Not that I care, as long as they know what they’re doing… 😎 She read
Tomorrow, about 3.5 months after my first procedure, I will begin another round at Memira.My first round there did not result in the good/perfect vision I had hoped for. I knew this chance existed right from the start, as Memira clearly informs about it. They state that 5-10% of the people need an additional (free-of-charge)
I would like to rectify my post I can see clearly now, because I still can’t! It seems I am one of the unlucky 5-10% who needs a 2nd procedure to get the vision in tiptop shape… 🙁 So on August 9th it’s off to Oslo (the clinic in Oslo is better equipped to help