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Foggy Vision After Contacts
Possibly reacting: It is possible that the lenses you bought online are old rather than fresh, or that they are preserved in a chemical like thimerisol to which you're having an allergic reaction. Also possible that the fit is wrong, or that your eyes are too dry to wear them. Contact an eye care professional and have them evaluate you and the lenses. ...Read more
Up to 12 hours.: I am of the opinion that you should never sleep with your contacts on. Even though the contact lens companies promote this, you are at greater risk of developing a corneal infection such as a corneal ulcer that can leave a permanent scar that might result in permanent decreased vision. I suggest daily wear disposable lenses. Remove your lenses immediately if you happen to sleep with them on. ...Read more
Slightly foggy vision. When i blink hard will be ok then gets foggy again. I have new pair of contacts on and had my eye exam last feb w no changes.
Fluctuating vision: The contact have to float on your tears. T quality or quantity of tears may be an issue. Allergies can cause mucous to form which can cause fluctuations. Antihistamine eyedrops may help. Ketotifen (otc) is one example. Dry skin and dry eye may be helped by 3 to 4000mg of omega 3 fatty acids. Fish oil and flax oil are synergistic in helping dry eyes. May need 6 weeks of therapy for results. ...Read more
Blepharitis: Inflammation of the eyelids (blepharitis) can cause this. Blepharitis is a long-term problem, and one that tends to recur if treatment is not continued. Treatment for blepharitis is simple.....Hot compresses followed by scrubbing the eyelids with dilute baby shampoo on a cotton ball. More info: blepharitis info. ...Read more
Foggy vision: Foggy vision = blurred sight/ vision.Get a more detailed answer ›
Could be: But I would get your eyes checked. To be on the safe side ...Read more
I have a migraine in one area, foggy vision, lightheadedness, and my memory is getting bad and i also faint. Please tell me what could be causing this?
Many things: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
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