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... yellow gunk . I would have to take the contacts off. ... (0 replies)
... 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)
... I also wear Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism. I used to wear regular Acuvue lenses but my Astigmatism has gotten worse, so the doc strongly recommended I get the right corrective lenses. ... (2 replies)

... and nothing in the other eye. That would take a lot of getting used to, especially if the two eyes are balanced. ... (1 replies)
... true. It would, however, help to know what your glasses Rx is. ... (1 replies)
... Okay, I just in the past week started wearing contact lenses after wearing glasses for my whole life and have a few things worrying me. First off, when I put my contacts in in the morning, it burns and makes my eyes water bad for about 1 minute, is it just my eyeball getting used to the lens? ... (4 replies)
... I'm almost 49. And have been wearing reading glasses for awhile now to read books, papers and magazines. ... (1 replies)
... increase and getting new glasses in cr39 plastic. I am more interested in how I see, then what small minded people may think! ... (5 replies)
... I only meant that it is not good to use glasses and contacts when you are reading or useing the computer. I am not sure but if you failed your vision test at the age of 14 i do not think the vision could be that bad. ... (6 replies)
... especially when they were just getting used to their contacts. ... (4 replies)
... I printed the article and found it to be VERY informative and helpful. Thank you, again, for this information. You are very much on top of things being such a wealth of information. ... (14 replies)
... I'm wondering if anyone can help me. I wear both contacts and glasses. ... (0 replies)
... You'll probably get used to it with a little practice. I was nervous about it at first, but once you realize that you're not going to hurt yourself if you're careful you'll probably feel better. ... (4 replies)
... t as painful as before. I can now eat on my left side as long as I don't bite down too hard. The tubes in my tear ducts are still rubbing my eye, although I am getting used to even that. Will ask if it's possible to have them adjusted slightly so it doesn't rub constantly at my appt. tomorrow morning. ... (2 replies)
... OK, heres the problem. I just got contact lenses yesterday. I put them in and I got a headache and nausea. I figured it was just me getting used to them but Im not sure. They are a low prescription, but I have a slight astigmatism so they are toric lenses. ... (2 replies)
... had to put her little 15 month old in glasses, for crossed eyes and poor vision. No surgery was ever mentioned for him, so I don't know about that. ... (13 replies)
... Be can do a lot of damage to your eyes by sleeping with your contacts in and keeping them in your eyes for such long periods of time...your depriving your eyes of oxygen! Not to mention...using someone elses prescription? ... (3 replies)
... s for the info! I like your cold water rag thing, I've been using the hot water rag like its an eye injury again. My problem is that the eye gets so sensitive to light and tearing it drives me crazy... ... (88 replies)
... erosion with the contact in I was still told to leave the contact in. I had a "getting used to it" period of about 3 months when I first got the contact. ... (88 replies)
Burning contacts
Jul 23, 2006
... Your eyes may becoming more sensitive to wind and other enviromental conditions outside when wearing contacts becuase they may be abit dry, contacts soak some of the moisture up so theres less moisture protecting your eyes. ... (1 replies)

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