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If you have nystagmus can you wear contacts?

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Dr. Aaron Haug
Neurology

In brief: Yes.

Nystagmus refers to difficulty with maintaing directed gaze of vision, and can occur either when looking in certain positions (such as far to the side) or when looking straight ahead.
It does not necessarily relate to refractive errors, so wearing corrective lenses (glasses or contacts) is acceptable.

In brief: Yes.

Nystagmus refers to difficulty with maintaing directed gaze of vision, and can occur either when looking in certain positions (such as far to the side) or when looking straight ahead.
It does not necessarily relate to refractive errors, so wearing corrective lenses (glasses or contacts) is acceptable.
Dr. Aaron Haug
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