... I had LASIK in 2008 (on -6), but vision blurred again after 2 months (got -2.00).
Later found out that I have Keratoconus.
Had this Reading last year on Feb 5, 2015:
Right Eye: SPH -4.00, CYL -0.75, AXIS 50
Left Eye: SPH -4.50, CYL none
Now, Test on Feb 25, 2016 had this reading:
Right Eye: SPH -5.25, CYL -1.00, AXIS 40 (0 replies)
... I am struggling with letters, faces and night time driving. The axis is at 175, so basically everything is double visioned, on top of each other. ... (0 replies)
... If your frames and lenses are in good shape and you feel you are seeing well I say no. My Eye Doctor took the axis and cylinder off my left eye and said it was up to me. I did get new glasses and can't tell the difference. I'm guessing you Dr. ... (1 replies)
... Hi. I went to a new eye doctor and he told me that my vision has gotten ďa little worseĒ and that I needed new glasses. When I asked for the prescription though he didnít want me to have a copy. Well, I insisted, and when I got home, I realized itís exactly the same as my old one, which I did give to him. The only thing that changed was the axis, from 170 to 175. Did this... (1 replies)
... Sorry this is going to be a long one. I'm 55. I started wearing glasses at age 26 but I probably needed them for at least 10 years before that. ... (1 replies)
My recent prescription is
R - (SPH) -3.75 (CYL) +1.75 (AXIS) 95
L - (SPH) -3.75 (CYL) +2.25 (AXIS) 96
I got new glasses and although I can see ok if I'm looking straight ahead (although a little strained), if I move my eyes to either side and look through the edges of the glasses (doesnt matter if its the outer side or inner side near my nose) it seems like... (2 replies)
... I don't want to pay hundreds of dollars for a new pair of glasses that is not correct. ... (0 replies)
... I am a 31-year-old Caucasian male. Since I was born, I have been struggling with farsightedness and astigmatism in addition to strabismus in my left eye. My current prescription is: +0.50 sphere, no cylinder, 1BU prism for right eye, and +3.75 sphere, -0.50 cylinder (60 axis), 1BD for left eye. Two years ago I was diagnosed with meibomian gland dysfunction and blepharitis,... (0 replies)
... what I thought. They looked on computer at prescription but told me that they would not make a mistake like that and my prescription had obviously changed! The glasses have already been made up and when I go to collect them at end of week I will be able to test them out. ... (1 replies)
... Is it possible to have the two prescriptions below on one pair of glasses ? ... (0 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)
... is look at the top right red X button. For those with good vision it's nice and sharp. For me, it's fairly sharp with my glasses except I see a glowing halo of it right above too! ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I think you owe it to yourself to get proper prescription eyeglasses.
Here in Australia, the eye test is fully rebated by Medicare, and the optician is obligated to return the prescription to you if you request it. That's the law. You can ask for the prescription and walk out of the shop. They don't like it but have to do it. Then, on the internet it's relatively easy to... (4 replies)
... I'm starting to need reading glasses occasionally. ... (4 replies)
After having my first eye test in 15 years I have been told that I have a small astigmatism in both eyes.
My prescription is as follows:
Vision 6/5-1, Sph/Cyl +0.50/-0.50, Axis 5, V/A 6/5
Left Eye (2 replies)
... I've recently gone for an eye test and the optician recommended I started wearing glasses for reading. I'm 41. ... (1 replies)
... deteriorate my normal vision when I'm not wearing these glasses outside of work? ... (2 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. ... (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. However, if your acuity improves simply by turning the lens, that does suggest something is not quite correct. It could just be... (3 replies)