I got a discount of almost £1000 and the cost is now £2295, still expensive but definitely better. I was told that the whole surgery process would take just 10 minutes...crazy to think that it takes 10 minutes to correct my eyes. After the surgery I have to stay in the clinic for 2-3 hours and then I'll be allowed home and need just two days off work and I'll be able to see clearly within hours or so of the operation.
The woman had mentioned about watching the video on the company's website to see the surgery in progress. I just googled it and I got about 10 seconds into the surgery video and I got a little bit squeamish and had to stop it. I think it's best for me if I don't know what happens to me before the actual surgery and maybe after I've had the surgery and I can see clearly I'll actually watch the video and find out what process I went through. I'm much better with the process of the unknown when it comes to things like that haha.
I am really excited about the prospect of my eyes being corrected and not being reliant on contact lenses or glasses, I'm also really quite nervous about it all.
I did ask the technician if I would go blind throughout the surgery...he laughed at me (I don't blame him because the tone in which I asked him was quite amusing). His response after laughing at me was..."you'd be the first person to go blind if you did"...I joked to my friend and the technician that it would be just my luck that I would be the first person to go blind from eye surgery!!!!
There's a few more weeks before I have laser surgery...so watch this space on how it goes haha