My tired ol' green eyes aren't what they used to be. They've never been 20/20. At least not since well before I can remember. But contacts have served me well all of my adult life and I hardly ever think about my poor vision. Until now. Until my optometrist joked that my problem was that my arms were no longer long enough to properly hold a book. Yup. Not only has my farsighted vision become drastically worse, I can no longer see close up either. Biofocal time.
I was given some multifocal contacts to try and they weren't too bad but mostly they made me feel a little wonky. And not in a good way.
So now I've made a consultation appointment to discuss Lasic surgery. Truth of the matter is that even if I get the laser surgery, I'll most likely need reading glasses so I'm wondering if it's worth it.
Anyone out there had corrective eye surgery done, or have you considered it?