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Can Wearing Eyeglasses Cause My Eyelids To Look Puffy
Maybe: Certain prescriptions of glasses, often for large amounts of far-sightedness, can magnify the appearance of the eyes and structures around the eyes, like the eyelids. I do not recall a patient ever specifically saying that their glasses made their eyelids look "puffy", though.
Can not wearing your glasses cause a droopy eyelid? I have glasses but don't have to wear them all the time. Never had this problem just notice it.
Not likely: Your lids could look droopy if you chronically squint to see better, but should not be permanent. Check with your glasses on and see if the drooping disappears. If your lids really are droopy, check some old pictures. If there is a change, or if they get more droopy when you are tired, it would be worth having an ophthalmologist see if it is anything that needs treating.
My aunt wears glasses but she still has vision trouble, could an eyelid lift help? I wonder if my aunt’s drooping eyelids are starting to interfere with her ability to see clearly. She is in her 70s, but I am concerned that the procedure may cause more se
Take a look at her: There are many reasons for lowered vision which her ophthalmologist can discover. Drooping lids can interfere with vision if they fall over the lash line. Does she need to lift her head up to see, or can you see the pupil from a straight on gaze. If there is obstruction, then lifting the lids will clear the vision (try taping them up). Otherwise there is another issue.See 5 more doctor answers
I tend to open my eyes wide when wearing contact lenses, which causes some eye fatigue. Is this normal? Should I consciously close up my eyelids a bit as if I am wearing glasses?
It is common: To open your eyes wider while wearing contact lenses, especially while getting use to them. If your eyes are becoming fatigued while wearing contact lens, you should decrease the amount of time that you are wearing them, in order to allow your eyes to adapt. Try wearing the contacts for only 4 hours/day for a few days, if your eyes do not feel fatigued, gradually increase the number of hours/day
Yes: The wrong prescription in one or both eyes, poorly made glasses, interpupillary diameter distance problem, bifocal issue, prismatic effect from a bifocal, even the fit around the ear and nosepad problems may cause the feeling of eye discomfort. Have them checked out first to see if they are made correctly, then if they are the wrong prescription.See 1 more doctor answer
If wrong: Wrong rx can do that. Correrct rx should give no problems, unless there has been a big change and hard for you to get used to it.
Could needing glasses cause lightheadedness 24/7 with swaying for 6 years my eye dr tells me no but people tell me different?
How can I improve eye vision without LASIK I have glasses but only for far away I can use them cause I see perfect close up?
Ago old quest: People have been trying to reverse the need for glasses with exercises, diet and other methods. None of them work. To improve your distance vision (as you are myopic) you will need proper glasses, contact lenses, LASIK, PRK or some other mechanical refractive type manipulation or surgery as no other method will work.
What causes eye pain? Lately I have been experiencing eye pain in both eyes. I also wear glasses.
Many causes: There are many causes of eye pain. Only an eye exam can determine the cause and plan for treatment. Eyestrain is usually an aching around or over the eyes. Inflammation in the eyes causes pain and light sensitivity. Corneal pain also has a sensation that something is in the eye usually. Headaches and sinus pain may be referred to the ocular area. The list goes on and on.
Hi, quick question, wearing incorrect eye prescriptions glasses for long term, will not cause harm to eyes, correct?
Correct: It can give you a headache but will not harm your eyes.
Since a boy, my left eye min 2.5 and my right eye is normal, but I never wear glasses. Could it be worse (cause severe problem) if I never wear it?
My right contact lens after a week causes slight blurriness and eye irritation. This remains with glasses on. What causes 1 lens to always wear faster?
My daughter wore someone eye strong prescription for about five minutes and feeling pressure in the headcould it be the cause of the glasses?
Can allergies cause glasses to take longer to adjust? Been having facial & eye pain w/ headache throughout the day. Nt sure if it's my glasses
After several eye exams, floaters showed up the very next day. Did eye exams cause the floaters? Docs said they showed because I wear -0.75 glasses?
Floaters: Hello. The floaters were not caused by your eye examination. Floaters are a common issue for people of many age groups, both younger and older. Most times, they are caused by a natural breakdown in the vitreous ("jelly") in the eye. Sometimes, the can occur in people who play sports such as soccer, basketball, etc. Or if a person has gotten hit in the eye even by accident.
3 months ago started seeing a little blurry with the periphery ofmy right eye. I've dry eyes, TMJ & read too much w/o glasses. Could that be the cause?
Hard to say: Blurry vision can have a lot of causes. The most important thing for you to do is get checked. Wear you glasses more till then, and use your drops. But it might be serious and we cannot replace eyes yet! Don't take chances, please. Some meds (over the counter and prescription) can cause blurry vision. Read labels. Certainly, if it worsens, or you have pain, severe headaches get to an ERSee 2 more doctor answers
What type of neurological condition can cause blurry/dim vision? Had 6 eye exams all normal? Like I'm wearing glasses that are way too strong.
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