I would like to say just one more thing, during the day i dont like my vision because i see a lot of reflects and contrasts, i feel it only in my right eye, i dont know why. My vision is 20/20, in the left eye i dont have any problems but the right eye is like it is just accompanying the left eye. I feel the right eye is not stronger enough to the lights.
Do you know what can be it ?
Even though the stated refraction was 0.25 of astigmatism, it's possible you are over-corrected in the right eye. This can make you feel like the right eye is just "along for the ride." In fact, any qualitative difference between the two eyes can create this feeling. At your age, being over-corrected (for nearsightedness) can still give you 20/20.
Some offices rely on automated refraction devices to determine your glasses prescription which can be inaccurate. Then again, not all doctors or technicians perform manual refractions accurately, especially on patients who have had refractive surgery. All too often there is not enough time spent BALANCING the refraction between the two eyes. Your visual system is young enough to try to "right" the imbalance and, if the refraction is monocular (testing only one eye at a time) and hurried, the imbalance goes undetected.
Patients with RSS (Refractive Surgery Syndrome) frequently have multiple issues contributing to their visual frustration. In the previous post I remarked about spherical aberration (based on the worsening of your low light vision) as the culprit. That is still the case. A refractive imbalance causing your daylight visual symptoms cannot be ruled out. If you were to be fitted, even for diagnostic purposes, with RGPs that eliminate the spherical aberrations, then the refractive imbalance could also be discovered and corrected.