ttmkactus wrote: ↑Apr 11th, 2018 5:32 pmHey Sheek, do you play outdoors?
After your surgery, you will need to wear sunglasses for at least 6 months!
Also, I think you have to get the 'OK' from your doctor after PRK, before you can play. You may have more downtime than you want.
PRK is the better option (vs. LASIK) if you play contact sports--but have you used lubricating eye drops with your contacts? Around the 30min mark, when your vision gets blurry? That could be a possible solution too.
Just to clarify, I did not say generics are unsafe; I did say that branded drugs seem safer.
From my research, people are more likely allergic to generics, compared to their branded counterparts. However, that does not mean that you [the reader] will be.
But I do agree with you, ohfive, that generics should work the same as the brands.
I am glad that those who took ratio-Prednisolone did not have any allergic reactions.
Why would you need to wear sunglasses for 6 months outdoors for? What is the purpose of that?