i am 35 and wearing contact lence for a decade now and i am tired of using those lence but i am afraid of operation or laser, this is not a cataract, i might say that i am a nearsighted i felt about ...
I wonder, are there any links between drinking soft drinks (especially diet soft drinks) and decreasing vision? Drinking diet soft drinks is one of my vices (and probably my only vice when it comes ...
I have been wearing continuous wear lenses for a couple of years now, and have always been told that as long as they are changed every 30 days that they are ok to leave in all the time, I have also ...
Put them on and leave them on. You won't notice in about three hours.
It is probably gonna take you up to a week.
Especially with the bifocals -- take them off for
a few minutes each hour, and see if that helps.
I had to take Motrin for headaches too.
it will be a couple of weeks. your eyes need to adjust to them. you will learn to know were to look for reading and viewing out. the lens get stronger going down, so your eyes need to learn to know where to look. far medium close. good luck
about 2 weeks...as long as you wear them like you are supposed to. you may end up with a headache for a day or so.
Did they explain how the bifocal works? The top is for distance, it then tunnels the next is the the range of you computer/ or dashboard the last is a small area for reading. You must find the reading area and once you do you need to move your head to read. Like point you nose where you want to read. If it looks fuzzy in the distance then you need to go in and have them move the nose-pads out. This will drop the bifocal down so you aren't getting into the mid section. If you think the bifocal is a little low have them move the nose pads in. This will raise the bifocal up so you can read easier. Some people adjust a little faster than others. Just give them a chance. Just learn to move your head. Before you know it you will be doing it without thinking. Hope this helps