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... Hi, that way of wearing contacts isn't new. It's called monovision. The difference in power between the lenses in each eye isn't as great as you think. When you're nearsighted, it is expressed as a negative number. When you're farsighted, it is expressed as a positive number. ... (2 replies)
... They didn't seem to do that. Of course, I need prescription ones now since I have such a strong prescription and need a different strength in each eye. Also, if you use them on the computer a lot, you may need to go the prescription route to get the non glare coating on them. ... (3 replies)
... No, it didnt start when i got my new glasses. I meant my right eye would still making everything look big with them on or off. i know the prescription in each eye there not that far apart. ... (9 replies)

... With one eye fixed and one not you're going to have problems. You are just going to have to be patient. ... (10 replies)
... I just would like to say that there is no "tweaking" in the implanted lens. Unfortunately, it is what it is. ... (10 replies)
... Yes they can implant different strengths in each eye. ... (1 replies)
... For 5 years, I have seen the same OD and has a prescription of 2.5 in each eye. I just saw a different OD one year after my last visit, and he told me that my vision is now about 1. ... (1 replies)
... Did you ever find out what was wrong?? I am having the same exact problems, and my depth perception feels way off. (4 replies)
... ame from the macular hole operation. The gas bubbles from both ops caused a large fast growing cataract. At the moment I do not know what my eyesight range is in my right eye due to it developing do quickly. I am shortsighted in my left stronger eye and wear contacts and glasses. ... (0 replies)
... side. I also have myopic macular degeneration in the left eye which used to be my dominant eye. This caused bleeding into the retina which left a scar so now I have central vision loss just in the left eye. ... (4 replies)
... My new glasses I bought were high grade lenses. Not sure of the exact specific of the different types of lenses, but I had 6 options to pick from between what a "low grade" and a "high grade" quality. ... (4 replies)
... I actually have a cataract in my right eye and my left eye for distance is perfect, wear -7.5 in my bad eye and +.50 in my good eye - with a plus 3.25 for reading - has taken a while but I manage really well with the different lenses for each eye now - optician has gradually moved my bad eye up from -4.5 to the present prescription - am seeing really well now - one optician I... (13 replies)
... Do you mean that when you went to have your eyes checked before, there were no prescription present until recently? ... (6 replies)
... halo effect with regard to lights in my peripheral, especially when driving at night, feeling as though I can SEE the outside edge of the lens and perhaps a dry eye issue, although the drops I was given don't seem to be helping, maybe not dry eyes at all? ... (2 replies)
ILM Peeling
Oct 12, 2010
... My optician downloaded Dr. deWit's "Basic Aniseikonia Test" for me to try. If I did it right, this test indicates only a few percentage points of aniseikonia in one direction and none in the other. ... (78 replies)
... All children are born hyperopic, so there could be a slight improvement in your son's acuity as he ages. ... (7 replies)
... Grandmother may get a lot of "glare" after cataract surgery, can wear prescription sunglasses if she needs to, right? ... (11 replies)
Cataract surgery
May 24, 2006
... So you have bifocal lenses in each eye, just different brands? ... (107 replies)
My eye issues
Dec 12, 2005
... I wanted to see if I could get any advice on my recent eye problems. I got contacts a couple years ago for the first time. ... (2 replies)
... However...back to the old "second eye dillemma. ... (1 replies)

Associated Tags: anisometropia, cataract surgery with astigmatism, contact lenses, different prescription of glasses in both eyes, eye doctor, rgp, soft lenses, vision blurred

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