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... My son also was diagnosed with lazy eye and far sight when he was 4. He was perscribed glasses and wore them for a year. In December we had his eyes checked again and his sight was perfect. ... (9 replies)
... However, after further retesting, your doctor measured a very large change in your prescription, yet you are once again able to see okay with the glasses you initially had problems with? ... (2 replies)
... HI! i am 45 years old and spending alot of time on computer and my near sight and far sight both week. i have Astigmatism in my both eyes. i did checked my eyes and doctor recommend progressive glasses. but its not compatible with my eyes. ... (0 replies)

... so do I really need to wear the glasses and why might they be worsening the symptoms? ... (0 replies)
... For many years i wear glasses or lenses . ... (0 replies)
... First ,i have really experienced this twice in fact .My short sight has seriously improved . ... (7 replies)
... now a women a neighbor she was 50 years old . and this phenomena happened , but she expected it the doctor told her that will happen . for years she was wearing glasses for distance since she was a child . ... (2 replies)
... I am a glasses user. I cannot see far away very well, and have a 60 feet vision loss. ... (7 replies)
... I wear glasses and cannot see well far away. ... (7 replies)
Do i need glasses?
Mar 16, 2008
... Im 21, always had good eye sight as far as Im concerned, no need for glasses. ... (1 replies)
... se my ins does not pay for the corrective lens for near and far. Mine are only distance. After my first surgery I also could read the very fine print but without glasses and I was thrilled not realizing that my other eye was helping in the vision part but I had trouble with the distance. ... (44 replies)
... le longer than expected. She should have them sometime this week. I have pretty much gotten used to the idea of her having to wear glasses. I know that if the glasses don't correct the cross eye then she will have to have surgery but she will still need the glasses regardless if her sight is that bad. ... (13 replies)
... Your daughter is farsighted and the strain of focusing up close causes her eye to turn in. Glasses correct this and are the ideal treatment at this point. ... (13 replies)
... An optometrist will give you an eye exam and a prescription for glasses to allow you to see clearly far away. ... (5 replies)
Bad eye sight
Mar 20, 2006
... I've started wearing glasses when I was 8 or 9. I had a severe head injury when I was 15. ... (7 replies)
Please help!!
Mar 14, 2006
... Can you wear glasses for a few days to give your eye a chance to "heal"? ... (1 replies)
... the glasses seem to make things lighter so the dr determined my prescription by looking in my eye not by me reading the charts? ... (8 replies)
... HI, well not really sure on that one. If you don't want to wear glasses all the time, which I certainly can't blame you for, why not just reading glasses, that you can wear when you need them? ... (3 replies)
Vision
May 13, 2003
... Many people who have had RK experience fluctuating vision. Yours sounds like it is fluctuating more than normal. You need to have your eyes checked by a doctor and explain to them all the symptoms you're experiencing. Some of the causes could be dry eye, corneal dystrophy or disease, glaucoma, or diabetes to name a few. Again, get a full eye examination. (1 replies)
Vision
May 12, 2003
... glasses to see my fingers. Now when I get up in the morning its hard for me to focus on anything 20feet away. It seems as though my far sight is changing now too. Anybody have a problem like this..? ... (1 replies)




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