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My Contacts Feel Blurry
Check glasses: Your prescription may be off, have it checked. If you're over 40, then wearing single-vision distance correcting glasses may make near vision blurry. This is due to age related presbyopia. Taking the glasses off may allow you to see the small print. The other option is a bifocal. ...Read more
Symptoms: it is impossible to give you a diagnosis with the symptoms that you're complaining about it I would suggest to see a physician to get a definitive diagnosis and to pick the appropriate treatment ...Read more
My eyes always feel fatigued. On a computer, without glasses (-3.00) my central vision is blurry, but I notice my peripheral vision still looks clear.
Constant squinting, dry eyes, blurry vision, past week. Very uncomfortable, exhausting. Eyedrops don't help. What's wrong with my eyes? Cant see clear.
Contact lenses: There are many factors that come into consideration, including the current state of the contact lenses, the adequate prescription in the lenses, lens hygiene, adequate tear production, and current health problems, to mention only a few factors. ...Read more
Migraine?: Your visual description sounds like an aura of migraine. Your dizziness is somewhat concerning during these visual episodes and possibly represent a vestibular migraine variant. . I recommend making an appointment with an ophthalmologist first to rule out any eye problems. It may be necessary to see a neurologist thereafter to assess your symptoms. ...Read more
Eyes are near 20/20 vision but i wear glasses because my left eye struggles slightly. Recently my inner left eye is very red and eye drops don't work?
I had refraction of my eyes for my eyeglass. Now I have my eyeglass, my right eye feels uncomfortable. Any tips?
When I take off my glasses my eye gets squinty. Sometimes it's left eye and sometimes right one.I am near sighted with high powered glasses. Also my e?
Dirty vs wrong ones: If your vision doesn't clear up after putting on your contacts, perhaps they're dirty & need to be cleaned or replaced. Or if visual acuity is different for each eye, perhaps you reversed your lenses. If none of the above, go see your optometrist/ophthalmologist for an examination to see (no pun intended) if your visual acuity has changed (worsened). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Contact lenses are one method to correct the refractive error in your visual system (eyes) so that you can see more clearly. If your best corrected vision becomes more blurry with contacts then there is an issue. This is usually due to the wrong prescription, poor fit of the contacts, dry eyes, or intolerance to contacts. The best course of action is to have your eyes examined and vision tested. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A few reasons maybe: Clarity of vision with contact lenses depends on a number of different factors. 1) the prescription should be correct 2) the "fit" to the cornea should be correct 3) the cornea should not be dry 4) the type of contact lens being used to name a few.... Your situation sounds more like 'dry eye' syndrome. It takes 'some time' after putting in the contacts for your vision to clear. ...Read more
Am being treated for glaucoma. Dr is having a problem fitting me with contacts. My vision keeps changing & sometimes blurry. Why?
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: How bright are the objects? Is the blurriness the same with each eye? Glasses generally provide accurate correction of astigmatism while contacts sometimes don't. How long have you had the glasses and contacts - your refraction may have changed. This should be presented to your ophthalmologist so he can be sure there is no other problem. ...Read more
Mult reasons: Either: 1. They don't cover your eyes completely, or. 2. The refraction isn't completely around the edge (doubt). ...Read more
Or worse...: Wearing contact lenses you got without a prescription puts you at risk for a very serious eye infection that could cause blindness. Contact lenses have to be fit to the eye based on the curvature of the cornea. The solution the contacts are bathed in also should be sterile, which may not be guaranteed in a non-prescription contact. ...Read more
Why is my vision blurry with my new contacts even though its the same prescription from last time?
I slept in my contacts on accident and now my eyes are really blurry. What can I do to alleviate this?
I've been wearing contacts for 1 month and i decided not to wear them toda. How do I get rid of my blurry vison?
Get re evaluated: If you are having problems within a month, you should be re evaluated. ...Read more
Fit of lens: Is it the correct rx? Do you have asigmatism? Do the lenses address that, perhaps axis is off? Go bak to the person who fit you. ...Read more
Blurry contacts: You're over wearing your contacts. Reduce wear time to under 12 hrs per day. Take out when get home. Don't wear weekend days. This will help. Get lasek you'll see better it's safer and healthier and you'll save $ in the long run!;). ...Read more
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