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Uhm. I'm thirteen, and I bought colored contacts. They're extremely painful.?
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Dr. Andrew Shatz
Ophthalmology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Stop wearing them
Go see an eye doctor immediately! if these contacts were not sold through an eye doctor's office, they may not have been sterile, and were not properly fit to your eyes.
Only an eye doctor can perform an examination to determine whether you are able to (or should) wear contacts. This includes fitting them and showing you proper insertion, removal and cleaning. Cosmetic lenses can be dangerous!

In brief: Stop wearing them
Go see an eye doctor immediately! if these contacts were not sold through an eye doctor's office, they may not have been sterile, and were not properly fit to your eyes.
Only an eye doctor can perform an examination to determine whether you are able to (or should) wear contacts. This includes fitting them and showing you proper insertion, removal and cleaning. Cosmetic lenses can be dangerous!
Dr. Andrew Shatz
Dr. Andrew Shatz
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Dr. David Speck
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Take them out now!
The first rule of contacts is that they should not hurt.
Never ever wear a contact lens that hurts. If the eyes are red, the vision is blurry, or the contacts hurt, take them out immediately. Non-prescription contacts are no longer legal in most places. If not fit by a trained professional, they can cause permanent damage to the vision.

In brief: Take them out now!
The first rule of contacts is that they should not hurt.
Never ever wear a contact lens that hurts. If the eyes are red, the vision is blurry, or the contacts hurt, take them out immediately. Non-prescription contacts are no longer legal in most places. If not fit by a trained professional, they can cause permanent damage to the vision.
Dr. David Speck
Dr. David Speck
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Dr. Stephen Hamilton
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Don't wear them!
Painful contacts indicates a serious problem. If the pain continues after removal you should see a doctor immediately.
Wearing contacts carries serious risk to permanent loss of vision if not done appropriately. A good doctor will explain good care and assess any problems.

In brief: Don't wear them!
Painful contacts indicates a serious problem. If the pain continues after removal you should see a doctor immediately.
Wearing contacts carries serious risk to permanent loss of vision if not done appropriately. A good doctor will explain good care and assess any problems.
Dr. Stephen Hamilton
Dr. Stephen Hamilton
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