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 are disposable lenses or regular wear lenses good. keeping the money factor in mind?
I am a home maker and wear lenses only on outings what will be better to ...


 How harmful would it be to the eyes for someone who has to wear reading glasses but doesn't?
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 Did Pirates wear black patch on their right eyes for sake of night vision..?
so that this eye is always ready at night when needs arise for fighting action?

And I read too from YA answer that the WW2 pilots sat in completely dark room while waiting for night ...


 I am having Lasik Eye Surgery tomorrow, Will I be able to work Friday? Does anyone have any other tips?
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 Does O2 Optix lenses really fulfill its promises?
I had just used Acuvue Oasys contact lenses, and enjoyed them at greatly. But almost a year into wearing them, they started giving me terrible headaches and bloodshot eyes. [There was also discomfort ...


 What can happen if you burn the tear duct in your eye?
Are there any long term effects?...


 i would like to know the different medias that are specialized for handicapped people?
magazines , podcasts , blogs , everything that can concern handicapped people (specially blind people) and new technologies or others ... thank ...


 How much does it generally cost to get prescription for a pair glasses in the U.S.?
Do you need a separate prescription for contact lenses or can you use the same one?

Finally, how much does a pair of glasses cost?
(I know it differs greatly according to the brand ...


 my eyes burn and run if i look at any electronic more then 5 min what should i do?
i have good vision so thats not the problem......


 halos and glare?
I've had several appts now and nobody can figure out what's wrong with my eyes. My nightvision is pretty much useless at this point. During the day I see halos around lights, and I also ...


 What is the difference between PRK and Lasik?
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 How could i be a eye docter?
I been through so much with my eyes. Including 2 cornea transplants and a surgery correcting. I want to be a eye docter since i am in loved with the field and already know alot about it. Im turning a ...


 Is it safe for pregnant mothers to go for Lasik?
Or they should wait after deliveries?...


 Question for Princeidoc (Hopefully you'll see this!!!)?
Good morning. I could not email you or IM you but I have a question for the good doctor this morning:

This past Wednesday I woke up with pink eye in my right eye. I went into work to ...


 Is it a good practice to eye drop once a week as part of eye care..?
esp when I do not produce enough tears except when i have sad dreams?

i wonder if there may be any side effects over the long run?...


 My eyes will randomly water (one at a time) Any suggestions on stopping this?
In the past 18 months or so, my eyes will sometimes start watering uncontrollably -- but usually only one at a time. My eye swells and the coinciding side of my sinuses gets all stuffy. I've ...


 Eyes hurt and feel nauseated when looking a computer screens?
This has been happening for about a week now

i have been studying for finals off my computer because for some classes they give me a cd-rom book because i guess its cheaper to do

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 what happens to your eye when you are drinking vodka and some of it spills into your eye?
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 Myopia/Nearsighted question?
I wear contacts and glasses and currently my prescription is
-1.50 and it doesn't seem like that much compared to -5.00 ect.. my friends think I am crazy when I say I can't see that ...


 My new eye glasses make words on the computer screen appear to float in 3D. What's going on? Is it healthy?
Occurs when text of different colors appears on a colored background. Black and white text on a red background make the effect quite pronounced. The perscription on these lenses is (supposed to be) ...



addiedog
astigmatism prescription - can incorrect CYL #s make things appear closer than they actually are?
I got a new eye exam and new prescription glasses. I am not nearsided nor farsided, I only have an astigmatism. 5 years ago, my eye exam was: R: plano, -1.00, 180, L: plano, -0.75, 172. Now, the doctor tested me and came up with:
R: plo, -1.25, 176, Left: plo, -1.00, 168.
I know astigmatism can worsen and rotate, however, my new prescription makes things magnified (appear closer than they actually are). My old glasses did NOT do that. When I got my new glasses, I couldn't even put my key into my car door! this is not just the fishbowl effect, it's a physical distortion. I'm worried the CYL numbers are too strong and should be closer to what my old numbers were. I believe I still see 20/20 through my old glasses. I only want things to be clearer, not closer! Please tell me if there's any justification to what's happening. I complained to the doctor, but he didn't retest me with my old glasses on and he said I would have to "get used it". I'm in disagreement. Please help
                     




Tom Graphics
Have the glasses double checked, maybe the script was entered wrong when you ordered them. Also it may just take a little getting use to, try wearing them first thing in the morning, and odn't switch back and forth with your old glasses. If you still can't see through them, take them back.
Good luck,
Tom


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If you've had a big change in your astigmatism correction like you seem to have had, it can take a few days to adjust to. But it shouldn't take more than a week or so. When you have a lot of astigmatism, you can also be very sensitive to the way your frames are adjusted on your face, how far out they sit from your eyes, how the frame is tilted, and how the frame is wrapped. The optician there should compare the adjustment of the new frame with the way your old pair is adjusted and see if they match. Some times a simple adjustment can make a world of difference. The optician should also double-check them to make sure they are made to what the doctor's orders were, and that all of the measurements are correct. With a higher astigmatism, you have less tolerance for any error in the power of the lens. There is a standard called "tolerance" and it says that a prescription can be off by so many degrees or by a 12th of a diopter, but it is considered "within tolerance" and most people can still see perfectly out of the lenses, even if they are off by a degree or two. But with some people, they have very little tolerance, and the higher and more complex the Rx, the more accurate the glasses have to be because the patient is very sensitive to any subtle changes. So the optician need to double check those glasses...

Did they give you bifocals or progressive lenses? I don't know what would cause the magnification of things other than if they gave you a bifocal of some kind.

If you've tried the glasses for a week and they haven't gotten any better, I would show up at their office and explain that you've tried them and that they just aren't working out and demand that the doctor recheck you. If they refuse to give you any sort of satisfaction, you can return the glasses and ask for a refund. You could also get a second opinion from another doctor and take the new Rx in to have it filled. But I would give them a chance to make it right for you, before going elsewhere.


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