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Towards the end of the day, i'll have my contacts in and i'll start seeing double. Why does this happen?
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Dr. Robert Chang
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Fatigue
We call it decompensation of a underlying phoria when weak or tired.
Thus eyes don't fuse on an image well. Medications can cause it. If related to near work, could be a convergence insufficiency. Also tear film problems like dry eye can disrupt vision.

In brief: Fatigue
We call it decompensation of a underlying phoria when weak or tired.
Thus eyes don't fuse on an image well. Medications can cause it. If related to near work, could be a convergence insufficiency. Also tear film problems like dry eye can disrupt vision.
Dr. Robert Chang
Dr. Robert Chang
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Dr. David Kira
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Fatigue
At the end of the day your eyes have done a lot of focusing.
Sometimes, the power of the contact lenses can uncover a bit of strabismus which is normally well controlled. Also, dry eyes can cause a subtle ghost image especially when blinking. Good idea to be seen by your ophthalmologist and if necessary, adjust the focusing or treat for dry eyes.

In brief: Fatigue
At the end of the day your eyes have done a lot of focusing.
Sometimes, the power of the contact lenses can uncover a bit of strabismus which is normally well controlled. Also, dry eyes can cause a subtle ghost image especially when blinking. Good idea to be seen by your ophthalmologist and if necessary, adjust the focusing or treat for dry eyes.
Dr. David Kira
Dr. David Kira
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