6/10 improvement in three months
FAQ n. 44. Power Vision System - A year ago I underwent PRK surgery in both eyes as to correct 7 D myopia and astigmatism. Now, a year later, I’m still a myope—about 1 D on my right eye (which has always seen less than the dominant left one). After the analysis (corneal topography, and soon), we understood that my myopia is the accommodative type. With my surgeon’s approval, about three months ago, I started training five days a week, with positive lenses only on my right eye (+1, +1.25, +1.50). In the beginning I hardly read 3/10 on Snellen tables. Now, though it isn’t easy, I get 9/10. In spite of these very good results, my right eye vision is still unclear. Am I doing everything correctly?
- Answers David De Angelis
I think that your results speak for themselves. 6/10 improvement in three months is a more than great result, even if your last improvement isn’t stable yet.
Passing from +1 to +1.25 and then to +1.50, you’ve respected load/stimulus increase, the gradual retinal defocus increasing with lenses through the CRB system. You’ve got the response of your refractive capability and consequently better focusing.
Any adaptation always follows a gradual stimulation. Listen to your ophthalmologist’s advice. She knows everything about your case and can make the right medical diagnosis.
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