For some reason my original reply posted twice
First thing is that lasik doesnt always make your vision perfect. Alot of people still need corrective lenses after to achieve the best vision possible although many opt not to wear them bc they hate them
My sister had it done 10 yrs ago and is now 20/25 but was 20/15. She could have better vision with a lense but doesnt want to wear anything. Same with a friend of mine who has it 14 or so yrs ago.
My opinion is that its better to be slightly undercorrected vs overcorrected. Farsight cant see near very well or far.
I read somewhere that lasik clinics call it a success if your eyes are between -.25 to +.5. To me, -.25 is great bc ur near vision is probably amazing AND you can still see reasonably far., but +.5 isnt good unless you are under 30. If under 30 and the eye is still changing, then the +.5 probably wont be noticeable to your vision and you might still have some more nearsightedness coming your way which would get you to around plano in a few years. If over 30, the +.5 might stick and then one day when you are middle aged it will make your vision pretty bad.
I have no idea about the brain adjust thing. I guess it must eventually pick an eye and go with that vision bc some people get monovision where one eye is corrected for distance and the other for close.
If it is really bugging you, maybe your doctor will give you some trial lenses just to a. tide you over until your eyes stabalize so you dont get nauseas and b to see if any adjustment to your vision makes it better. That is also how you will know if a re-surgery would even help you. If you try a lense and it does nothing then a resurgery probably wont help.
I am 3 1/2 months out from the lasik and i stopped getting dizzy from it at around 8 weeks.
The recovery period stinks and is not well explained by lasik clinics.