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Contact Lenses Causing Blurry Vision
Contact lenses: It depends. The vision should be clear unless your eyes are dry, the contact lenses don't fit properly, the lenses are in the wrong eye, or if both lenses are in the same eye (this can happen). Try some re-wetting drops. Wait 30 minutes. If your eyes are still blurry, call your eye doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually not : Contact lenses when properly fitted and of the right power should give you clear vision at the distance for which they are supposed to correct. If your blur is right away with a new prescription, then it should be re-evaluated by the ophthalmologist who prescribed them. If the blur is an acquired thing over time. Then your eye power may have gradually changed and a new lens needed. ...Read more
No: Contact lenses correct the blur of needs for corrective vision. If properly fit and the right power, the vision should be clear. If you have just been fit, then go back to the person who sold you the lenses and get this improved. If you have been wearing lenses for a while, sometimes the underlying correction can change and you will need an update. ...Read more
Is it safe to wear one contact lens in my right eye for only two hours. I have a form of pink eye in my left eye which still has some blurred vision.
It happens: Irritation is not "normal", but can result from the eye being unused to having a foreign body (the contact lens) in it! dry eye can make irritation more likely as can overwear during the initial period of use. Redness is a "red flag"! don't continue to wear the lenses without first checking with your eye are provider! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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