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Vision changes are normal during pregnancy, one of the things that can change with increased blood volume. I have my regular ophthalmologist appointment in September, but I really don't want to buy new glasses with a prescription ordered during pregnancy.
I never really experienced it, but I know with LASIK surgery, they make you wait a year after having your baby so your eyes adjust back. My eyes started getting super dry with my first pregnancy, and since having LASIK, they are even drier, so that is no fun this time around.
You girls are helping me feel normal!! I swear it takes at least 30 minutes in the morning to be able to see clearly, I keep putting in drops and checking to see if I have stuff in my eyes, they are very blurry!
Does anyone know when this goes away? I don't remember this last time
before my ectopic surgery I felt like my contacts were "off" two days beforehand but it turns out one had fallen out so i was only half seeing like I was supposed to LOL however, my last term pregnancy is when I got my glasses and they said I would need a new prescription as soon after I delivered since pregnancy makes your sight worse? :S
Angela, Mother to Kimberly and Joseph
Ectopic Pregnancy Surgery 8/1/12