Week 9 (I ran out of fingers and toes to count in days anymore): I've finished the complete run of meds, so by this point my vision should have stabilized, according to Dr. P. However, I'm not excited about that... I found an online test, and yes, while it is an online test, it gives me an indication of my vision. Anyway, it seems fairly accurate and it put my left eye at 20/20 (read some of the 20/15 line, so if there was a 20/18 line I think I could have done it) but for the bad news my right eye came up as 20/40. I read just under half of the 20/30 correctly, but there was no 20/35... probably could have read it, had it existed, but I don't know. I have noticed this in class too - I sometimes check them individually and my right is noticeably weaker. Which leads me to my conundrum - while I believe at this point I will be able to pass all required distance vision tests, only needing to be 20/40 when I come in the door, I'll still have to wear a contact and carry glasses. Not a bad deal, considering that my eyes are now eligible to fly. However, I'm allowed free touchup surgery from Dr P for up to 1.5 years. I'd love to take advantage of this and lock in on 20/20 both eyes, however I'm shooting for an Aug1 OCS date through BDCP (for like 3 months, ha). The problem is that I really want to sign on the line - call it job security, but I just don't want to be in my final weeks of school and not know. If I get the surgery as soon as I'm eligible (3 months post op) then I would have to wait till the end of May to apply for a waiver, hopefully to get it around July 1 (with a loss of all BDCP funds, but like I said, thats not a huge loss at this point). So I ask you folks, is it possible to have a civilian doc do a touchup once I'm in (assuming I can get 3 months of no flight, is that even possible?) or should I have a touchup asap before I'm comitted?