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... 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)
... n eyeglasses for 27 years, I'm 50 now. I know when my prescription just needs getting adjusted to or when it's just wrong. Also, I have just come to the point of needing a multifocals. But I haven't decided on switching between pairs or going to multifocals. My question is about single vision lenses. ... (0 replies)
... in left eye, axis 82. ... (1 replies)

ILM Peeling
Jun 10, 2012
... axis. Apparently this is causing about a diopter of astigmatism inside the eye which is difficult to correct at the same time that corneal astigmatism is being corrected. ... (78 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)
... one at the front of my eye, which contact lenses can correct and one at the back of my eye, which they cannot correct. ... (5 replies)
Vision degrading
Jul 25, 2009
... eyes, so I have been using the same glasses as before. I'm ok when using my glasses, just not without them, or when trying to use the new ones. The experience of getting new glasses that make problems worse makes me hesitant to go back to the doctor. ... (6 replies)
Vision degrading
Jul 25, 2009
... Eyes do change and the axis of the astigmatism can change. ... (6 replies)
... BTW, my "twisting the glasses" trick worked only because my glasses already had some astigmatism correction. With the sutures, my amount of astigmatism increased and the axis changed. ... (79 replies)
... Well I was given the impression when they were planning the cataract operation that getting 20/20 would probably not happen due to my higher astigmatism (maybe I misunderstood and it was due to the severe myopia). Also due to the fact that they are generally more conservative doing the first eye because one farsighted eye and one nearsighted eye is a terrible result. Now that... (9 replies)
... x 020 is 9.5 diopters of myopia, . ... (9 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)
... ained 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)
... Ok..well..all in all..I have to say that the woman who either owns or manages this shop has just been great in terms of a customer service appoach although she has also been part of the problem. ... (10 replies)
... Josie: I'm now retired from optics but can tell U that alot of #'s & know-how go in to glasses. The 'whole Rx' is considered & takes knowledge. The cylinder reading on written rx is the astigmatism + axis. If hi # & off axis, the astig. changes. If U tilt frame-front wrong, it changes rx. Hi-astig. needs to be ground on a base-curve that matches what U were use to. It's... (10 replies)
... I had a huge problem getting glasses with my astigmatism. I have a strong astigmatism in both eyes. What I have found is that I am very sensative to the perscription being off by a small amount. ... (10 replies)
Double vision
Jul 11, 2005
... My first impression is that this double vision in due to a minor change in your low degree of astigmatism. The type of astigmatism you have will interfere with fine detail,distant and near, when your not wearing your glasses. ... (1 replies)
... opic children can need progressively stronger lenses into adulthood. Also, poor vision has got to interfere with his schoolwork, if he's not sitting at the front of the room. ... (6 replies)
... cts over the past 2 months, but nothing seems to work nearly as well as my glasses. I was just wondering if anyone has the same problem I do and knows what type of contacts would help me? ... (9 replies)
... Hi. Posting here in hopes of an eye doctor might read and give me some advice here. ... (1 replies)




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