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Since my wife had described "grittiness" after her Lasik surgery, I was sure this was just a result of the incision. Surprisingly, it's not hard to sleep with, though I can't comfortably sleep on my left side.So I took a nap, and woke up around 3 pm to the incessant ringing of my cell phone. So I looked in the mirror, and my eye was a little red and my eyelid was swollen, but nothing crazy.Unless someone can tell me how to start from the top... Well, lots of good things, and one thing I'm concerned about. By the time I got home, the local anesthesia had completely worn off.It didn't hurt at all (though they had given me some Tylenol after the procedure), but it felt like there was something in my eye. For the first two weeks, however, I'm supposed to wear a clear plastic shield over my eye, so I don't rub it while asleep.
For example, when my blinds are closed, they let some light through, but I see a haze to the right of the window opening.
I also see a halo around pinpoint lights, including headlights, streetlights, and my clock.
I am not sure if this is related to the trauma to my eye from the surgery, or is something going on with the lens.
I really hope that it's the former and will fade over time.