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How Often Do I Need To Change My Contact Lens Case
Every time you wear: Refer to the youtube contact lens care video for proper handling and care for your contact lenses. Always use fresh contact lens solution every time you wear and clean/store your lenses. Never reuse your contact case solution once you've taken your contacts out to wear. Discard, and rinse your case and let air dry. When you are ready to take out your lenses, follow the video instruction. ...Read more
Not usually: I frequently operate under the rule <<"if it aint broke, dont fix it">> so if a patient is happy with their current lenses, change the prescription as needed and use the same one. But there are changes in this field every month, new and sometimes safer designs, and unfortunately the all to often buy out of one line by another firm, simply to get rid of a competitior. You then have no choice. ...Read more
Depends: Prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses can change quite quickly, especially in younger individuals, and in those individuals performing lots of near-vision tasks like reading, computer use, or video games. It is also possible for diabetes and blood sugar changes to affect the prescription, and rarely certain medications can cause this too. Be checked by your eye md if your rx is changing. ...Read more
Contact lenses: It is impossible to predict whether the prescription will change or remain the same. Factors that may influence a change in prescription include age, growth of the eye, how much reading/studying one does, medical conditions such as diabetes, growth/progression of cataracts, etc. ...Read more
My contact lens prescription has changed twice in 9 mos. Because my close up reading vision has improved. Is this unusual for someone who is 59?
No: Your eyes may be changing as a result of nuclear sclerosis, which is hardening of your lens of your eye creating more nearsightedness. Your prescription would be changing as a consequence. Furthermore, the elasticity of the eye does change very gradually over time. Your eye doctor can help you with this and adjust as necessary. Btw, glaucoma treatments sometimes accelerate cataract formation too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not everyone stable: In some people, the glasses and contact lens powers seem to change annually. These are usually younger patients and occasionally older patients with cataract formation. Usually, most people stabilize by their mid 20's. Drastic changes in refraction may mean problems such as keratoconous or cataract. Best to have a dilated exam. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My right eye is -3.50 & my left eye is -3.25. When i order contact lens online will the prescription change at all?
I just bought contact lenses and i noticed a dramatic change in my vision from my eyeglasses. I see way clearer. I feel and see shapes and size, why ?
Does pregnancy change your eyesight? I wear disposable contact lenses and I need to get some new on
Wearing contact lenses over 20 yrs. Suddenly right eye started blurring and lost focus last week. Changed to new lenses but same. Should I see a doc?
Ophthalmology : See Ophthalmology immediately if you had blurry vision or ocular pain. If it is persistent I would choose the ER for any loss of focus. Possibly not contact lens related and important to have full history and exam and dilated eye exam in this situation. Contacts out glasses in until then. Stay calm and see Ophthalmology. ...Read more
Is it possible to change the eye color using implantable contact lenses and correct my vision at the same time? I am a healthy male aged 27. I have moderate myopia which needs vision correction with eye glasses or contact lenses. Can implantable contact l
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