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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Life after relex smile surgery

I did my relex smile at KPJ KL with the price of RM9630.30. I intend to do it at Prof Muhaya's.. i always adore her, her advices and way of life but after deliberately thinking i could save up to 2k, i opt to Dr. Azlina Ng instead.

I'd like to tell my experience after relex smile. On the procedures, there are a lot of blogs u could google.

Right after the surgery (that did not hurt at all only feeling a little pressure), i felt like walking into a silent hill zone, everything is foggy but somehow you could view a little.

I was so excited that on the way home, i could read the signboard and name of buildings. My eyes started to feel pedih (pedih lagi sikit dari kopek bawang). After 3 hours of sleep, the discomfort was
gone.

I timed well when i want to do relex smile. It was done during the last week of December 2016, when office work was low and with 3 days MC received, i was resting and enjoying time with family.

First day of work was a bit challenge, everyone was asking where's your spec? My vision was not sharp, blur and computer screen time is tiring. I increase the font of my computer and dim the light a bit as my way to not stress my eyes. Putting refresh assist a little but a good sleep really helps.

Now i am 3 weeks after relex smile, in dim lighting, like in the office or hotel hall, my vision is still not sharp & HD as wearing spectacle. You can read signage but the colour is not as vibrant as you remember before. During my check up, my power is now 25 where before was 550. Hopefully it will reduce to 20/20 soon :)

I also notice my vision in the morning is not stable as in much blurrier compared to 10 am, where it gradually improves. Drinking a lot of plain water and having a good night sleeps helps for me to avoid my eyes become tired easily.

I am happy with the result of relex smile if i am outdoor because i could see really well. Seeing your daughter with a new perspective without spectacles is also ahmazinggg.

I will write again after 2months of relex smile.


Monday, April 23, 2012

Test

Test

Fuuuu...almost a year already.

Wow..it's been almost a year i didn't write up here. So many things happen in one year.
Kalau sebelum ni (last post) I'm engaged..sekarang dah jadi laki orang..Sometimes I feel like time flying by so fast tanpa kita sedari. Dalam setahun ni banyak benda dah berlaku (yup, already mention it before la bro..)

Everyday brings new challenges. Whoever is not prepared to move with the tide of change will be left behind. That is life. Transition from in relationship to engage..the from engage to married..best tau kawin ni, kalau tahu camni punya best memang dari dulu lagi dah kahwin..hehehe..so for anyone yang belum kawin tu, baik korg kawin cepat2 sebab kawin memang best..bak kata my lovely wife in her memo below:

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

I'm Engaged!!

It's been a while I didn't post any entry here. Been busy with job n so on..
And guess what...I'm already engaged yo!! With a charming, kind, lovely, sweet, beautiful, gorgeous girl named Nadiah Fatin.

I met her when both of us studying at Mallaca Matriculation College. So, its been 7 nearly 8 years we've been together. On 21st May 2011, I'm engaged with her knowing that she is the best girl I've ever met...



InsyaAllah, this will last forever...

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Ferrari World @ Yas Island, Abu Dhabi

How can I described about Ferrari World...It's all about ferrari for sure. Nice, luxurious, fast, prestige, expensive...I wish I have one.

Ferrari World is the new attraction and tourist spot in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The amusement park features a number of roller-coaster thrill rides, one of which reaches a velocity of 150 mph, doing its best to immitate the extreme Gs experienced by Formula 1 race car pilots.

The facility is built under a bright-red canopy covering more than 925,000 square feet, with an enormous Ferrari logo emblazoned on the roof. The park commemorates the Abu Dhabi Formula 1 Grand Prix, the last event of the 2010 world championship series.

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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

During my stay at Abu Dhabi, I had the chance to take a very interesting and informative tour of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque here in Abu Dhabi. It’s a free tour, so I highly recommend it when you come to visit Abu Dhabi.

It’s definitely an impressive and big mosque It’s currently listed as the 8th largest in the world, according to this blog, and it can hold 40,000 to 50,000 people (some of whom arrive 2+ hours early for Fridays prayer.

Somehow, the configuration of the stones in the middle courtyard makes them cool despite being directly in the sun on a 100 F degree day. Apparently it’s because they’re fairly small and white, but it’s hard to believe when you take off your shoes and step on it.
Each dome is topped with real gold, which is part of the reason the cost is so far estimated at $545 million. The Mosque is home to the world’s largest carpet (handmade by over 1,000 people in Iran) and the world’s largest chandelier (made in Germany) and cost around AED 30 million.
The wall also has an interesting glow that subtly moves from vine to vine, creating a cool effect if you’re paying attention. The Mosque is lit with different colors at night depending on the phase of the moon .

Apparently every mosque has an area like this which used to allow the prayers to echo more. Today, they just use microphones, which is good because the calls to prayer done at the Sheikh Zayed Mosque are transmitted to all mosques in Abu Dhabi (over 1,000 mosques).
I really liked this side room to the main prayer room.

Overall, I really love Sheikh Zayed Mosque and it is a must-visit place for those who planning to visit Abu Dhabi.