Hi, I had lasik 8 years ago, with mixed results. My vision improved but I'm still suffering from dry eyes. Less than a year after the surgery, my eyes started to strain, grow tired, and I noticed deep furrowing. I know it's not uncommon to wear corrective lenses later down the line, but I didn't think it would be this soon. In any case, I went for an exam and got some glasses--they didn't help. For the first week or so, with only moderate wearing, they provided much relief to my eyes, but thereafter, the lenses triggered some optic nerve(s) that heavily strained and tired my eyes, making furrowing more common and pronounced. Long story short, I've been to four optometrists and one opthamologist over the past six years and the matter hasn't been resolved. I've tried all sorts of lenses (single vision, progressives, even ones with prisms for reading), but nothing's helped. I've more or less stopped wearing glasses (but I know I need them) and can only wear them for a few minutes to "recalibrate" my vision and provide some momentary relief. (Also, not sure what this could mean, but without glasses, my eyes have a tendency to want to gravitate to the bridge of my nose, like they want to cross.) Any idea what could be going on that the numerous eye exams aren't revealing? Are there other tests that could pinpoint the problem?
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