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Face A Face Glasses
Depends: Are you trying to minimize the eyeglass coverage or distract from the ovalness. Eyeglasses can be high style and be a fashion item in themselves. Round (ish) glasses will compensate for some degree of ovalness. Squared off or large glasses will distract from the ovalness. Try sample glasses at your optical shop and see which has the effect you desire. ...Read more
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Wear 1.5 degrees glasses felt pain in the head dr. Corresponding to 2.5, but the pain remained the same thing what must I do ?
Any kind: From a medical standpoint you can get any type of frame. ...Read more
Professional eye tec: You are better off to see an optician so they can measure correctly. ...Read more
Noticed 2 Small dents top of head on each side of midline exactly where I wear my reading glasses when not using them. I have been doing this 2 years.
Normal effect: Yes Eyeglass wearers do get dents from prolonged pressure in any spot. For instance the nose pads cause dents in the sides of the upper nose. You can stop the practice and it will improve but very slowly . ...Read more
I just got glasses and my head hurts i haven't worn glasses in years and just started again and my headhurts?
Vision suddenly blurry for near objects. Wearing reading glasses to see somewhat but still not 100%. Feeling pressure in my head too. Possible cause?
Merits evaluation.: Possible causes include abnormal high or low BP, dehydration, fever, irregular heartbeat, embolism of blood clot or carotid artery plaque and more rare causes, including tumors or endocrine abnormalities. A thorough medical evaluation is likely to find the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I’ve been getting headaches on and off almost daily for two months now. NSAIDS make them go away for a while but they always come back. It’s always dull throbbing pain at the front of my head. I’ve heard it may be due to old glasses prescription.
In adequate correction of refractive error may cause headaches and it would be prudent to get your prescription of eye glasses checked.
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Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
How do u know if a toddler needs glasses? My 2.5 will sometimes tilt his head down & look through his lashes & hold toys/ipad very close to face
Reasons for slight double vision I'll see a persons head and then I also see an additional half I don't wear glasses and I do have cortical dysplasa?
See a doctor: You should see a doctor and let them check you. ...Read more
I don't see clearly after turning my head from my table to read on the board.I saw a doctor recently and i got new glasses but i forgot to tell him th?
New glasses should : Help. It is true that with age the time it takes to ficus from near to distance object takes longer, you are too young to have this problem. ...Read more
I have this pressure type pain right about my neck on my head. It happens a lot when i wear any type of glasses. What is wrong? The pain is on the lower part of my head right before my neck starts and happens every now and then, especially when i wear gla
I : I cannot diagnose what is wrong. However there are a couple of possibilities that come to mind. If the glasses fit too snuggly against the side of your skull, you may be reacting by tensing muscles in the scalp if you are stressed or intensly focused and you tend to tense the muscles in your upper back and neck, this can lead to a tension headache. If your glasses fit too tightly, this is something that is easily addressed. If you find that the muscles in your neck and upper back are tense, consider deep breathing exercises or progressive relaxation as ways to better relax. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After I take my prescription glasses off I can see an outline of them on my face. Is this normal?
Too snug?: Sounds like they're too snug.Get a more detailed answer ›
I just got my new glasses ans there kinda tight on my face like they left a indent is that gonna damage my temples? Or is this ok?
Not permanent.: Get them adjusted just so they're more comfortable day to day. But that won't cause any permanent damage to the temples, which are bone. ...Read more
Lately I have slight headaches & it seems to come if i move to fast/ turn my head to fast I have sensitive eyes but i wear my glasses. What's this?
See eye doctor: Make sure you don't have eye conditions that may involve nystagmus, strabismus, or something involving your extraocular muscles that might be related to your headache. Meanwhile, you might benefit from wearing photo gray or dark sunglasses, that might improve this, if your eyes are sensitive to light, which may be a factor involved as well. ...Read more