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... bursts. My wife had LRI in both eyes to correct her severe astigmatism. Mind you she was fine with glasses or contacts. This procedure was touted as a permanent fix for eliminating glasses. In most countries she would be considered blind without glasses. ... (4 replies)
... I already know I need glasses but I was wondering how my vision is compared to a person with " normal vision"? ... (0 replies)
... rect the myopia completely in my RE and did go with a monofocal lens set for distance. I also opted for astigmatic keratotamy during the surgery, to correct for astigmatism in my RE. The surgery went very smoothly, thankfully. I'm loving being able to see clearly out of my RE again!! ... (5 replies)

... Hi Again Vitcat2, I'm now 42 (Ssssshhhh, don't mention my age LOL), I was 38 when my retina 1st detached. I did not know I had ROP until I was 32. I had an episode of vision loss and went to eye casualty - which is where they said "Don't worry about this transient loss of vision" However, ..... then went on to explain that I had ROP. This was more concerning to them.... (10 replies)
... I have an astigmatism in my right eye only and my left is still near perfect. I had an astigmatism since I was in Grade. 6, and now I am in Grade 11. ... (0 replies)
... I checked the glasses and they were off by 4 degrees, and I have high astigmatism I think, formula is 2 x 5 x 170 and 3 x 6.25 x 13 if I'm remembering correctly. ... (3 replies)
... Sometimes if you have a change in the axis of your astigmatism it can take a week or so to adjust. One degree can matter if you have significant astigmatism. It's not so critical if you don't. I would go back to my doctor. ... (3 replies)
... I'm not an expert in optics but, from experience, I would say that it is to be expected that the smaller the lens the more critical is has to be for astigmatism because the lens grinder has to effectively squash the correction into a smaller space. ... (3 replies)
... check if there was any change but the formula remained very similar, however I don't feel quite right about them. It's probably the change and I have to use the glasses for a while, but I'm not sure if the size of the glasses makes any difference, since this new pair is smaller in height, does this matter for astigmatism? ... (3 replies)
... The reason I am thinking is I like my vision without glasses as well... if that makes sense haha. ... (4 replies)
... I'm currently going to do limbal relaxing incisions to address the astigmatism in my RE when I have the cataract surgery. Do you recommend against this? ... (5 replies)
... and have astigmatism in both eyes. ... (5 replies)
... I bought a new pair of glasses about a month ago and they have been nothing but problems. ... (2 replies)
... old Caucasian male. Since I was born, I have been struggling with farsightedness and astigmatism in addition to strabismus in my left eye. ... (0 replies)
... right one. I have had astigmatism since I was 3 and farsightedness for just as long. I've recently turned 21. ... (3 replies)
... Recently, I made an additional discovery with my wavy vision which I thought I would share with those of you who have this problem after vitrectomy surgery, especially, for macular-detachment: While looking at an "astigmatism" eye chart, which is basically a set of straight lines fanning out at different angles from one point, I noticed that the amount of waviness or... (5 replies)
... radually rise, the sentences were slanted and so were letters. My vision was also blurry and I got a full eye test from the eye doctor and he said that I have an astigmatism and this explains the slants and the blurry vision and why my eyes hurt after reading for a while. ... (0 replies)
... HI! i am 45 years old and spending alot of time on computer and my near sight and far sight both week. i have Astigmatism in my both eyes. i did checked my eyes and doctor recommend progressive glasses. but its not compatible with my eyes. ... (0 replies)
... or moved rather. Astigmatism can come and go so it would make sense that it could move as well. ... (1 replies)
... particle free, but Im having to wipe what I assume is sleep from my glasses two or three times a day. This is also not a dusty house. ... (3 replies)




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