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Glasses Prescription Make Vomit
No prescription: Plain glass lenses can be worn for those who like how they look in glasses. If you are blurred when you read or look at distances, even a mild prescription may help you. Usually, people can avoid wearing glasses if they have prescriptions of up to 0.5 diopters; some individuals may feel more visually comfortable with even this low of a glasses prescription. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Symptoms include: Continued blurry vision in one or both eyes, headaches from eye strain, dizziness due to lack of focus. Even nausea and vertigo if the prescription is way off from what your eyes need. Don't hesitate to have this rechecked if you feel the glasses are giving you trouble. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with myopia and in my new glasses prescription there is no minus in front the number, are there any mistake?
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Slightly tricky: Mostly straightforward if there is no astigmatism but a little involved if there is astigmatism. I assume you are ordering lenses online and will need that conversion. There is also some experience functions depending upon the type of lens. Check with your ophthalmologist to get this done for you. Optometrists are unlikely to do it as they prefer to sell you lenses. ...Read more
Could you tell me if my contact lens prescription is -4.00/-4.50 what is my glasses prescription?
My contact lens prescription is significantly different from my glasses prescription. Is this normal?
My contact lens prescription is different from my glasses prescription. Is it supposed to be like that?
Yes: The optical principle is lens effectivity. As any lens is moved away from your eye it becomes inherently more powerful (positive) the inverse is also true, as a lens is moved to eye, becomes weaker (negative). So contacts and glasses are adjusted accordingly only if it will affect the final clinical outcome. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi! I have 25 years and I have an 0.50 astigmatism. I have a cylinder glasses prescription. Should I wear them or not?
I wear glasses (prescription) but only whn my eyes still constantly hurts in the sun watching tv etc vwey sensitive. Would you recommend contacts?
My glasses prescription is the following: sphere (-10.0), cylinder (-2.0), axis (176). For tax purposes, I need to know if this characterizes someone as legally blind. Not sure if this is 20/200?
My new glasses prescription feels wrong at dusk or in dim light. Is it me or should I get new ones?
Numbers game: Fitting cl is an art form as much as science. When the eyeglass refraction is placed in a cl if the number is large enough the strength of the contact may be different to cause good vision. The fit can also change the numbers. These are called "fudge factors'. The numbers are not as important as the ability to see wella nd comfortably. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Lense power: The prescription for eyeglasses is the formula that the lense maker (optician) needs to provide the correct lense for your eyeglasses. On the form you will see od: right eye; os :left eye; power : strength ; cylinder: astigmatism; add: near vision correction for those over 40 and sometimes prism: for eye alignment. ...Read more
No: If your glasses prescription changed & you don't update, or if you are wearing glasses with the wrong prescription, thea two won't adversely affect your eye health, but your vision will not be optimally in focus. Some people feel eye strain if their glasses are incorrect. A resolution would be to have yor eye md refract your eyes for the correct prescription. ...Read more
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