I have said I would post about my surgery, once I decided whether I am happy for my LASIK eye surgery or not. Well, I have decided.
And, drum roll please.
I'm happy I had it!
This is a stark contrast to just a few days ago. The difference is that I have started using gel moisturizers for my eyes. That very day, I saw a HUGE difference. My vision went from, non-consistent, to being able to see as well as I did with my glasses prior to surgery, if not better
So for those debating on whether or not they should have the surgery, this is what I will say.
In three or four months (it might have gotten pushed back a month) we will be doing in vitro. I have been talking with a friend about her own experience with that journey. How, when you have come to a certain point, you kind of expect them to call and say no. Any other answer, just seems wrong. Her final attempt, she became pregnant.
My LASIK eye surgery did not go as planned. I will blog about that after I've decided for sure that I'm happy with the results. This was a huge reminder to me that things for me usually don't go as planned.
I'm not saying this as a self-pity thing, but as the truth. Whether things turn out good or bad, they never go as planned.
This Christian mom is far from perfect, but continually strives to grow and develop. She is an avid reader of both fiction and non-fiction and focuses a lot on personal growth. She loves to share what she has learned through her studies and her own failures, as well as walks alongside other mothers as they learn together the ins and outs of parenting.