I have undergone a ICL surgery few months back.I am very unhappy with the result .Though my vision is 20/20 i have horrible glares from all the objects..Glares will come 80% of my field of views ..
Now i want my ICL to be removed, could you pls share ur experience of how was your recovery post ICL removal..
Were u able to wear contacts after removing ICL lens..Was ur site got change because of removal of lens..
Yours feedback will be very helpful
Very sorry to bother, but if you can find the time please answer. I know that in the near future I will need something to help me keep
using lenses. I don't see well with glasses and haven't used them since I was 18.
Restasis = cyclosporine drops 0,05% simply
has not been approved in Europe and I am trying to find out if buying through the internet is doable and reliable.
I can get punctal plugs here but can you suggest something else besides Restasis that I can try to find in Portugal?
Thanks in advance, best wishes,
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