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It’s natural to have many questions about eye surgery. Our doctors and support staff are here to answer your questions. Below, we have compiled answers to some of your most frequently asked questions about ocular surgery.
Can I eat prior to Surgery?
You should not eat or drink anything after midnight the evening prior to your eye surgery.
Can I take my medications prior to Surgery?
Please take ALL of your usual morning medications EXCEPT diabetic medications, this includes pills and insulin. If you have insulin pump please contact your PCP or endocrinologist on their recommendation for monitoring your pump during surgery. Blood thinners will ONLY be held if requested by a nurse.
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How will my vision be like after surgery?
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