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... Hi!. Anybody have any recommendations for getting used to bifocals with an inner ear problem (motion sickness)? I've got a very strong prescription, can't wear contacts, and also have meniere's which is an inner ear problem that causes vertigo. I just got the new glasses last night. I won't wear them driving until I'm SURE there won't be any issues. Tigg. (0 replies)
... multifocals and he has never gotten used to the image distortion on the periphery of his vision. He however has learnt to adjust and moves his head instead of his eyes when looking to the side. ... (8 replies)
... and I think this is contributing to my problems. So I will go and have a retest soonest and discuss my other issues with her too. ... (8 replies)

... Hi, I don't know the difference but I had "Varifocals! I don't think there was a line in the middle. You looked up for vision and down for reading. I never could get on with them especially after looking down on the pavement one day and I almost fell over because I was looking somewhere between the vision and the reading. Gave up in the end and now have two separate... (8 replies)
... I wear the progressives and it took a good month or more to get used to them. it can take a lot of time. Which part are you having the most trouble with? ... (8 replies)
... I have finally, and about time, had a pair of bifocals made, but am now struggling to get used to the line in the middle. Is there hope for me? ... (8 replies)
... so within a week sounds good for getting used to them. ... (8 replies)
... for me to look out of or other people to see! That's why I went with the progressives...just so it would be easier to use. And it really is. ... (8 replies)
... what was the reason for the bifocal as opposed to a tri or progressive? ... (8 replies)
... With either one, walking is an issue because the part you need to look thru to see the ground is at the top of the lens and not easy to look down thru that area of the lens. ... (8 replies)
... With either one, walking is an issue because the part you need to look thru to see the ground is at the top of the lens and not easy to look down thru that area of the lens. ... (8 replies)
... Lindaru, I've been wearing bifocials now for around 9 years. I got used to my first pair with in a week. For me going down a flight of stairs was a tuffy,very scared i'd fall and kill myself! ... (8 replies)
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Jan 20, 2009
... provide a solution, although you should not presume that they are perfect. They also present some problems of adaptation and some people find it quite difficult to use progressives. ... (1 replies)
... I wear glasses mainly now but used to wear contacts all the time. ... (3 replies)
... Gentealgel, I will have to check out the dry eye zone, I too feel that this will be something I will continually have to deal with. ... (55 replies)
... I have a ReStor in one eye and a crystalens in the other. I was able to see distance with the ReStor right away, but only in daylight. ... (14 replies)
... h scarring and macular degeneration, most people can see well immediately. For some it gradually gets better and better. The injection for swelling is supposed to help me. ... (11 replies)
... ng cataract surgery on Tues. The cataract in my right eye tripled in size in 4mo. I was shocked when he told me he couldn't correct it any more with glasses. I'm getting the new lens that is multifocal. It is called Crystalens. Check out their web site. I have talked to sooooo many people about what lens I should get. ... (15 replies)
... I went to an Optometrist four weeks ago because I'm 48 and am considering bifocals or monovision contacts. I've had good vision until the last few years, and am having the typical middle age issues with reading. ... (1 replies)

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