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... We compromised on a trial for the contacts. So, I got a Monovision lens for my left eye to help with reading. Nothing for my right eye because he said I have an Astigmatism in that eye and they don't make lenses for it. I know they do so I said why can't we try one. ... (3 replies)
Mar 14, 2006
... which I hear is kinda rare with double vision and it is more obvious at night. My eyeglass prescription was much less than my contact prescription in strength too which makes me wonder even though both eye exams with my new doc had similar results. ... (6 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)

... I do have the tiny stages of cataracts, pigmentary dispersion syndrome, and a bit of dry eye. I have variations in the astigmatism and strength more noticed in my left eye. These variations last about a week or so, then it's either weaker or back to stronger again. ... (0 replies)
... Hello, I have a problem that has been preventing me from wearing contact lenses for quite some time now. I am a 23 year old graphic design so I spend a lot of time in front of a screen whether it be my phone, laptop or desktop computer. Iíve worn contact lenses since I was about 16 so a good 6/7 years. About a year or two ago I started to experience some discomfort... (11 replies)
... but could see close perfectly good. 3 inches away. Even with near vision corrected I would pull my glasses off to see sharp. Anyway I also have moderate astigmatism. Decided on a mono focal lens for distance. ... (10 replies)
... Too much of a margin of error, and I wasted my ins. money for 2 yrs. Since I have to read music, looking up if it's organ or piano, I need a pair all the same strength for reading and another for driving. No problem. I'm getting used to it. ... (23 replies)
... g with the inability to focus up close. Of course, you wore corrective lenses before in order to view distant things, but I'm sure there were times when, without glasses you, for instance, recognized a friend by his walk. ... (23 replies)
... Mornin', Sis- Yeah, not only my dad, but my ears are giving me more bad stuff, mainly at night, when I am trying to get to sleep! Tensor spasms, flutters sometimes. I'm surprised my nerves are anywhere near together now. I'm doing pretty good, all things considered. Glad the young'un is nearly out of surgery. Wishing you all the best at the eye doc's today. That is... (37 replies)
... so, the third number is just the angle measurement and is important only to the lens grinder. You have a slight astigmatism in both eyes. ... (8 replies)
... The Dr. said the stye is pressing on the cornea and causing the blurriness and changed strength and astigmatism in the eye. The other day, he agreed that yes, cataracts can do this! So, I guess I'm supposed to buy that both of these are doing this. ... (41 replies)
... Well, they put glasses on me when I was around 11 or 12. As the years passed, the eyes became weaker, requiring stronger lenses. The past few years, however, I've had a turnaround. ... (5 replies)
... As I may have posted umpteen posts back, I've been having day to day slight variations in my left eye as far as both strength and astigmatism. I got checked for diabetes as the opthalmologist wanted, none found. I saw him today, and he feels that a retinal Dr. ... (8 replies)
Diabetic Eyes?
Sep 5, 2003
... I'm having vision problems that consist of day to day very noticeable and frustrating changes in strength of one eye one day, the other eye the next. The Fourth of July, my left eye was so ridiculously screwed up, I called my opthalmologist. ... (3 replies)
... I haven't had any headaches, nausea, strength or coordination problems. No knocks in the back of the head that I remember. ... (9 replies)

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