Sorry you have to be here.
Yes, many people's eyes get better in three months time. However, if it's a more severe case of post-lasik dry eyes, it can take more like 6 months to a year or longer. This means you are early in the healing--especially if you had a high prescription.
Did anyone's dry eye get any better after this time period after LASIK? Hope for some improvement would mean so much, but there are so many bad stories on this website it makes me even sadder
You are reading all the frightening stories on here because, they are true, however many people post on DEZ for a few weeks or months and move on because they are feeling better. The very worst thing you can do is add guilt to your situation. I know what dry eyes feel like so very well. Most people with severe dry eyes become depressed too. This eases after awhile for most people. Please do not add guilt to your already full plate. I had lasik 7 years ago and came up with dry eyes and bad vision. I am a rather complicated case and still have my problems, but this is very rare. You will learn to cope and each day seems too long when you feel like this, I know. Think of relief not in terms of days, but maybe in weeks.
Be strong, read the board, and most of all don't feel guilty.
Don't trust any refractive surgeon with YOUR eyes.
The Dry Eye Queen