Last year I had hair transplant surgery at Bosley. The evening of my surgery I went home and found that I couldn't see my TV screen very well.
I woke the next morning and had the same problem. I went to my eye physician later in the week and they said I had developed diplopia (double vision). They referred my to a well known neuro-ophthalmologist who confirmed the diagnosis and said it sometimes happens to people who undergo surgery on their head. He said a nerve leading to my eye could have been damaged from anesthesia used during the surgery.
I was wondering if anyone else has experienced this? I know have to wear corrective lenses to see normally but they actually don't work very well.
Product or Service Mentioned: Bosley Transplant Procedure.
Reason of review: eyesight issue.
Monetary Loss: $11500.
Preferred solution: Full refund.