A member asked:

New optometrist changed myopia prescription to astigmatism prescription and have had a migraine ever since. my old glasses don't do that. what happened?

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Dr. Alan Jackson answered

Specializes in Addiction Medicine

Takes time to adjust: To the new RX, but this will never happen if you always go back to your old glasses. It would be worth having the glasses rechecked.

Answered 9/22/2014

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Dr. Varun Verma answered

Specializes in Internal Medicine

Go back to optom.: Glasses are sometimes made incorrectly. Other times the refraction (measurements) are done incorrectly. You shouldn't be having headaches from a prescription which is supposedly 'better' than the old one. Go back to the optometrist.

Answered 4/3/2016

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