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 My eyes change colours, will it ever stop?
It's kind of strange, because sometimes I wake up and they're completely a different colour than they were the day before. The colours they usually are; green, blue, light gray, and dark ...


 Which colored contacts look natural?
I want to get hazel contacts and I want to know which look natural....


 When I stand up my eyes black out?
Sometimes when I stand up (I might stand up a little too fast) I see little dark spots and then they get bigger until it covers my whole eye. (Both of my eyes do this.) Also I get really light headed ...


 When you make an eye doctor appointment,are you supposed to tell them in advance that you want to get contacts?
What if you didn't tell them when you made your appointment?...


 If you spin around with your eyes blindfolded, will you still get dizzy?
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 I Have Ptosis Of The Right Eye... Should I Get Surgery Done?
Hi People,

I have ptosis of my right eye, what that means is the eyelid on my right upper eyelid is slightly lower than the left upper eyelid. I was born with it so theres not much i can ...


 Contact question....?
I went to a couple parties lately (left around 12) and my contacts began bothering me.. It felt like something was in my eye, but once i got out of the place, it stopped. What could be wrong?
I ...


 Where's the best place to buy prescription glasses with no insurance?
Well I don't have eye insurance and I want to buy a pair of glasses so I don't have to wear my contacts all day and only use them when Im relaxing at home watching tv, playing video games ...


 Are everybody's eyes the same size?
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 Disability questions...Im blind in my right eye?
Well, I am blind in my right eye because my dad punched me in the face and broke my cheekbone when i was 3. Well, Im twenty now and everyone keeps suggesting to me i should get disability cause i ...


 Where do you buy eyeglasses?
I mean, I want somewhere quick and less expensive than my eye doctor's office. I narrowed down to Lenscrafters, Walmart Optical, or Pear Vision. Any suggestions?...


 People with stronger astigmatism, please advise about Contact Lenses.?
Can you please recommend good contact lenses for strong astigmatism?

Three years ago I tried several contact lenses and they still were very blurry. I had no choice but to continue with ...


 Question on Colored Contacts?
I don't have any sight problems, but would like to make my eyes look a different color (or lighter at least) do they make colored contacts that are only for the purpose of giving the appearance ...


 What's wrong with my contact lens?
for some reason it keeps scratching my eye. I pulled it out twice and cleaned it to see if there was an eyelash but it still is bothering me. does anyone know whats wrong?...


 Eyelashes poking me in the eye D:<?
I have long eyelashes, and a few few always poke me in the eye...
Sometimes they even fall off and get in my eye, It's so annoying!
I know it's not anything wrong with my eye ...


 You know thhose colors and patterns you see if you rub your eyes? What's that called?
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 Prescription sunglasses or not?
I need a new pair of glasses. I was thinking about transition lenses, but I haven't heard great things about them. The people that I know have them say they are helpful, but don't seem ...


 Is this true about eye contacts...?
That you have to wear real glasses for a long period of time before you can switch to contacts?...


 how long per day should i be wearing contact lesnses for?
i put them in at 7 in the morning and sometimes don't take them out till 10 at night after ma baaath?!
is this not good? if not, what period of time should i be having them in for, i need ...


 I want to know if Lasik eye surgery has really helped anyone here on yahoo answers.?
I am still on the fence about getting the surgery myself even though my eye doc said i am an excellent candidate for it. Has anyone here had any bad pain, side-effects, etc.?...



Sam
what is it called when you can't see things close and when you can't see things far?
                     




Heather Holland
Myopia - Near Sighted (You cant see far away)
Hyperopia - Far Sighted (You cant see things close up)


pun a
Myopia its an refractive error, which results from a disorder. A refractive error means that the shape of your eye does not bend light correctly, resulting in a blurred image. eyeglasses or contact lens helps in correction


Bernd
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If you are asking about one refractive condition that can cause blur at both near and far - I would suggest that it is hyperopia, aka farsightedness. With a moderate or greater amount of hyperopia the person will have poor near vision and ALSO will have to use EXTRA focusing power to try to focus even at long distances.

In general, the person with normal so called 20/20 vision, will have the focusing muscles of the eye in a relaxed state when view something at 20 feet and beyond. Many people don't understand that hyperopia will cause the person to bring into play their "close up focusing power" to see at these distances of 20 feet and beyond. This may work for a person who is young but as we age that becomes very difficult and causes much eyestrain and blurry vision. Glasses and contacts can give this person normal vision at near and far even with hyperopia.


MakeMineCadburys
blind? lol...

sometimes people who can't see things far also need reading glasses because they can't focus properly on things that are close.


Optom. Shubho M
It seems that you are talking of a moderate to high degree of Hypermetropia, wherein the objects in the distance as well as in near are difficult to focus because of the deficit in eye power from the normal of 58-60 diopters.


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