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Can mild neovascularization go away if contacts are not worn for a month?

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Dr. Tim Conrad
Ophthalmology 36 years experience
Often: Neovascularization is caused by low oxygen to the cornea. Reducing the amount of time in the lenses or switching to oxygen permeable contacts will usually make this go away.
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