... The problem I struggle to see well at computers and tv screens, and in low light in the evening, even when I wear glasses to correct the above. This is not astigmatism. ... (1 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)
... 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)
... I have an astigmatism in both eyes, and double vision in my right eye. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Lindgirl,
Just a thought, have you had your eye pressure checked?
The reason I ask this is that you've tried multiple prescriptions, none of which make a difference. Increased eye pressure can cause headaches and would be worth checking. It is also worth noting that pressure can rise and fall in some people, it may not remain consistent.
The other thing I would do is to... (3 replies)
... I have an astigmatism and have had glasses for along time, i have had my recent pair for a over 6 months and they have been giving me a Headache, if i wear them for more then an hour. ... (3 replies)
... This is basically my first pair of prescription glasses in over 15 years. When I look to the left side it is a little distorted. ... (0 replies)
... :-) I do, but I am currently on sabbatical, hence the free time to be "nosy" lol Sounds like all is going right for you. Wishing you the best, keep us posted of your great outcome when you get a chance!
Cheers! (6 replies)
... I've noticed since I stopped wearing the contacts that the glasses I am wearing are improving compared to how they were when I first started wearing them and not the contacts. ... (6 replies)
... as long as you don't mind having to wear glasses for driving, watching tv etc, then make sure you remind your surgeon as it is standard to correct for distance vision first. ... (6 replies)
... evaluated for the accuracy of the surgery has been quite challenging. I ordered glasses and started wearing them only when driving last Tuesday and oh my word, what a drastic difference! They may be the same correction as the contacts. ... (6 replies)
... The astigmatism could be a problem if it is severe but again, it can usually be corrected by glasses. Did the ophthalmologist check her glasses to make sure that they are correct? ... (6 replies)
... My 18 year old daughter has myopia and astigmatism and despite wearing glasses since the age of 3, her eyesight has never been fully corrected. ... (6 replies)
... off peg reading glasses only work well when you have only a spherical correction (no astigmatism) and the centre of the lens coincides with your pupil centre. (4 replies)