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It is not a brain tumor or MS
It could be refractive issues or just healing from the lasik. I would discuss it with your surgeon and not worry about it at this point.
I would bet this is just your health anxiety acting up.
Does this make sense to you?
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Interesting, I mentioned it to my eye doctor at the lasik place when I went for a month follow-up and he said it's normal and that I should just keep using eye drops.
Anyways it's way better than before lasik.
How do you know that it's not a brain tumor or ms? Would it be a different type of double vision that you would see often?
I've never had an MRI and CAT scan, I'm scared to. But serious like MS or a brain tumor would've been caught on during dilated eye exams right??
I'm so anxious and would love for this problem to stop. Well it only happens when I'm reading bright words like white words on a black background and red words like red stop lights at night or LED red words. I see 20/15.