I just had lasik a week ago. My left eye is healing well, but I have some problems with my right eye. First, I had bacterias growing in my rt eye, so my doctor removed my cornea and manually cleaned it. Then now my vision is blurry & cloudy. My doc told me that my cornea piece had slid off, so now I am wearing a contact in my rt eye in order to hold the cornea in place and let it heal. Currently, I am using 3 different eyedrops everyday. My doctor told me that if the cloudyness doesn't go away, then it may stay with me forever. Is that true? Is this a normal lasik complication?
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