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C.R.T. Is the contact lense you wear at night, then remove in the day to achieve 20/20 vision, does this work?
In Fuchs dystrophy, will contact lenses make symptoms worse because the cornea is getting less oxygen. I really don't want to give up wearing contacts?
Need to talk to eye: doctor. I would ask that to your opthalmologist. I feel that there is more a chance of you going blind wearing contacts. The oxygen is important and the new contacts are gas permeable. But....... I would not take the chance of infection or keratitis and go blind. Best wishes. ...Read more
Naah: Only rarely is someone so sensitive to contacts that they need daily disposables. ...Read more
Dry eyes issue. Been using eye drops to keep lubrication.eyes feel sore after prolonged use of computer. is Computer related job good?
Eyes tire more when working w/ detail on the computer, compared to casual browsing; & I work a lot. Does this add up over time & dmge ur eyes sooner?
Does spending more time outdoors in bright sunlight (without doing exercise) improve the immune system?
Often: Especially rgp lenses. But if your contacts are really uncomfortable it might be a sign that they are not fit properly. ...Read more
Contact lens wearer with very dry eyes - how can I prevent dry eyes after getting back to wearing contacts full time?
Vision slightly jittery. Began after spending 2 much time on laptop. Eyes not moving but vision is. Distant objects seem to slightly vibrate. Why?
Would spending too much time on technology make my eyelid more puffier? As I spend more time on my phone, my eyelid are more becoming more heavier.
Technology & eyes: Staring at a computer or phone can dry the eyes because we do not move them around the way we would do otherwise. Please see your doc to make sure all is well medically. Then, remember to move your eyes a little rather than staring at the screen. Look at something else completely every 20 minutes or so for a minute or so. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Age related: You may be starting to enter the focusing of middle age termed presbyopia in which things intermediate and near start to become less clear. It is possible the contacts you are wearing are overcorrected which will accelerate this issue. Have your lens power checked and you can also discuss with the ophthalmologist a thing called monovision which can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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