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GENERAL CHAT - Open to all 22 Oct 2013 18:20 #481

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Thanks for chat Robin you have given me a good few things to look in to, didn't get chance to chat horses before my credit ran out lol hopefully next time. :woohoo:

GENERAL CHAT - Open to all 18 Oct 2013 19:42 #482

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HazelJ, I would be really pleased too speak to you if that would help? it sometimes just takes someone that has gone through what you are going through to really understand and empathise. One of the selling points for refractive procedures is increased confidence but if you have problems it can drain every ounce that you had left. I too reached a VERY low ebb. Please get in touch via this website? We could talk horses too xx

GENERAL CHAT - Open to all 18 Oct 2013 19:11 #483

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Having had RLE done over a year ago and now suffering from Floaters and Dry Eyes feeling very low today I went back to college [big step at 56] as felt more confident with my new eyes I now suffer every'. lesson with the lights and although they are very good turning them off if I ask it isn't always fair on other students. What worries me more is how much worse they are going to get and will I still be able to ride my horse and see my grandchild grow up ! I'm in constant pain why are these people still getting away with this. :woohoo:

I wish i had never walked past optical express 12 Oct 2013 18:19 #484

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I have now had to wait nearly 6 months after my second attempt at correcting my eyesight for another surgeon to give me a check up to see how my eyes are doing.

It turns out I need a 3rd attempt for surgery as my eye sight is just as bad as it was 6 months ago so have been told again to come back in another 3 months to see if my vision has settled before they can do it.

What will happen in 3 months time do you think? I think they will probably say come back in another 3 months.

I am now getting a referral to an eye hospital for them to see what damage has been done! Wish me luck.

GENERAL CHAT - Open to all 30 Sep 2013 17:53 #485

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hi poppy I would like to find out how you got your money back

thanks

Lens replacement following laser 26 Sep 2013 13:01 #486

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Did you have lasik Janice? Are they confident they can accurately calculate the power of the lens replacement ?

Received refund from Hitachi!!! 26 Sep 2013 12:14 #487

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Hi Bernie
Sasha has my contact details if you would like to email me so I can give you some details.
Please ask Sasha to give you my email address.
Poppy
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Received refund from Hitachi!!! 25 Sep 2013 20:37 #488

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Hi Poppy, i had my eyes lasered in Feb 2012 and i am currently seeking a refund. My mum took out the finance loan for me and i still have a few payments to make. Would you mind advising on how i go about getting the refund from Hitachi? :unsure:

Chris Evans Breakfast Show 25 Sep 2013 20:34 #489

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Five years after surgery and four years after enhancement as first time did not work I am now back to where I started £ 3000 lighter and optical express want to charge me another £ 3000 for lens replacement !!!!!!

GENERAL CHAT - Open to all 23 Sep 2013 14:19 #490

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Hi K.
You seem to be still contemplating having refractive eye surgery somewhere.
I would still caution you to consider, "Can I cope with the worst case scenario that may occur as a result". The surgery is essentially a 'get it right first time' procedure, because if it isn't right there are many problems that can occur which are difficult, if not impossible, to fix. I also ask you to consider the potential impact there could be on your physical and mental health, as well as your personal and professional life. Please don't underestimate the devastating consequences that you may have to deal with.