Is it advisable to go for Lasik while you are pregnant?

roflolmao

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Not advisable.

Pregnancy and breastfeeding may cause fluctuations in your refractive status (ie your myopia and astigmatism) due to hormonal variations. As the calculations for excimer laser ablations during LASIK depend on accurate measurements pre-operatively, these fluctuations in refractive status may result in less predictable outcomes. LASIK should be performed a minimum of 6 months after pregnancy or breastfeeding, whichever is later.
 

luXy

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Final destination 5 is educational for people who never seen or knew how LASIK is carried out
 

likeaboss

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FD 5 sux man almost all the death are so stupid. The plane crashing into the restaurant was an excellent choice to end such a dumb ass show.
 

msnangersme

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Pregnancy and breastfeeding may cause fluctuations in your refractive status (ie your myopia and astigmatism) due to hormonal variations.
Didn't know hormonal variations can even affect eyesight!!!

Hey someone plz post more threads on this topic :)