i have glasses right now but im contimpalting wearing contacts. at first when i asked they said its hard work wear contacts putting them in and out. replacing them every day. my reasons for wanting ...
i was wondering what any one thought of wearing the contact lenses !! are they really hard to get used too??? how much more expensive are they then glasses??? what if you go to a eye doctor place but ...
Have been using my girlfriends glasses for 4-5 days(stronger by rt +1.25/lt +1.00) with no aparent ill effects just slight blurr in distance,but improving.how long should it take to adjust/accept the ...
I noticed today that the veins in my eye were really red. My teacher said it could be pinkeye but i don't think it is because i just recently got contacts. My mom said it probably had something ...
Can you get contacts the same day you have your eye exam?
I am going to be getting contacts at my next eye exam. Do you get the contacts the same day or do you haft to go back to pick them up? Also anything elce I should know about contacts before getting them. Thanks! :)
If your prescription is in stock you should leave with them. Make sure that they know that you want contacts, so that they schedule time to do a fitting(different than fitting glasses) have a tech show you how to insert/removal and cleaning and storing. I assume you have never worn contacts, so just dont get frustrated. Keep with it. You should only wear them for a little while every day, and increase it slowly. Just remember to wash your hands before you remove and insert.
Usually, yes. Sometimes, they may not have your Rx in stock, so it might take a couple days to get them in.
trials if they have your rx in stock----always wash hands before putting them in and taking them out-dont sleep in them unless they are focus night and days
yep at costco u can
Usually if it's your first time wearing contacts, or if your doctor is switching you to a different brand, you receive a trial pair of your prescription to try for about a week. After trying them out, you have to go back for a follow up visit so your doctor can check your eyes with the contacts to make sure everything looks okay. After you get the OK you can order a supply. Sometimes a trial pair of your lenses has to be ordered, so it may take a little longer. But every office is different, and some don't work this way. But you will most likely have to try them first before you order a complete supply.
yep if they have your prescription in stock. they will irritate the crap out of your eyes, but tough it out! they are worth it. i have been wearing them for about 10 years