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Am I going crazy?
Feb 25, 2017
... About 10 days ago, I tried contact lenses. I have astigmatism so I got the Air Optix for Astigmatism ones. It was a trial pair. I tried it for three days and didn't like contacts, so I decided to stick with glasses. Two days ago, I noticed this weird hair like eye floater. ... (0 replies)
Floaters
Mar 1, 2017
... Quick question. I've had a floater in the left eye for a year or two and a few clear cloudy pieces that usually only showed up when I moved my eyes. ... (0 replies)
... at night. The next morning I could not for the life of me get my eyes to focus. Particularly the left eye. ... (3 replies)

... So, here we go. I have floaters for ages, maybe twenty years, I am 43 now. ... (0 replies)
... My astigmatism is 'only' 3.5, but I'm not convinced that astigmatism gives you an angle, distance from face problem. ... (10 replies)
... I usually always see the same optician. He's an older chap. Then one time I needed prescription safety glasses for work, and decided to go to an optician that did free eye tests and could order the glasses. I didn't imagine this being a problem, but it was! ... (10 replies)
... focals are a result of age. I know I should have gone to the md.. I will next time for sure. I picked up the new glasses. They are pretty much the same as my former frames.. ... (10 replies)
... cyl for grinding purposes. ... (10 replies)
... What is the PL mean for sphere on the OS? ... (10 replies)
... I thought I had my script handy, but will have to look for it. I'll also get my previous one and we can compare. ... (10 replies)
... Josie: I'm now retired from optics but can tell U that alot of #'s & know-how go in to glasses. The 'whole Rx' is considered & takes knowledge. The cylinder reading on written rx is the astigmatism + axis. If hi # & off axis, the astig. changes. If U tilt frame-front wrong, it changes rx. Hi-astig. needs to be ground on a base-curve that matches what U were use to. It's... (10 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)
... wow..thanks. sorry to hear you are having the same problems, but at least I know I'm not nuts or being a pain of a patient. I didn't know there was surgery for this. Will insurance cover that? ... (10 replies)
... I have not had a good prescription for my eyes in 10 years. I have sever astigmatism and far sighted. When I did have good glasses and contacts the lenses were gas permeable and for the glasses I had progressive lenses verses a bifocal. I have a eye appointment this week. ... (10 replies)
... I've have astigmatism. I wore hard contacts years ago, quit and of course, now have progressed astigmatism. I used to be nearsighted as well, but for the most part, just have the problem of astigmatism. ... (10 replies)
... years ago. I had 0. 25 in error on one eye, and 0.5 on the other. I believe I also had astigmatism on one eye. ... (1 replies)
... If you have been told that you need glasses and you dont wear them regularly, and you arent aware that you are straining your eyes, they will surely worsen over time. ... (4 replies)
... y, I thought I'd report back on what I decided to do, as well as results! I opted to correct the myopia completely in my RE and did go with a monofocal lens set for distance. I also opted for astigmatic keratotamy during the surgery, to correct for astigmatism in my RE. The surgery went very smoothly, thankfully. ... (5 replies)
... This should provide detailed info to retinal research workers who may have a precise physiological or neural reason for this, I guess, and I would like to know that too and how it relates, for example, to my OCT scans which I have described in some other posts. ... (5 replies)
... Don't be too worried a contact lens fitting is very much like an eyeglass exam. There are many different types of lenses for astigmatism. you're doctor should fit you with something based on your lifestyle. ... (2 replies)


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