I had lasik procedure performed on (b) (6) 2007 on both eyes.
I was astigmatic and suffered from myopia.
After undergoing topography, my doctor confirmed i was fit to undergo lasik procedure.
Initially, all seemed fine and i was convinced my surgery was a true success.
Unfortunately, i started losing vision on my right eye 3 months after the seemingly successful procedure.
All along i never missed any appointment with my doctor and he assured me i was fine and need no worry as what i was experiencing was normal and a reflect of my brain.
Unfortunately the condition continued to deteriorate and 2 yr after undergoing the procedure, my doctor claimed i suffered from keratokonus.
I sought second and third opinion from other specialist and both have concluded i suffer from post-lasik corneal ectasia.
I returned to my doctor who advised me to undergo cornea cross linking in order to stop further progression of ectasia.
I believe i am a victim of misinformation and unnecessary surgery which has rendered my right eye technically blind.
I am hoping there is a way i can restore my vision to return to normal life.
I regret going for the lasik procedure and believe this technology is not safe and cannot be guaranteed.