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... I got some good answers to my questions. And there are a lot of old messages you can read. The whole website is about eye problems and there is a whole message board about ONLY progressive lenses!! ... (1 replies)
Progressive Lenses
Jan 25, 2005
... You may have some adjustment problems with the increase in prescription, this is normal. If it doesn't improve, make sure they are adjusted on your face properly. ... (10 replies)
Progressive Lenses
Jan 23, 2005
... d wearing glasses when I was thirty for reading only. Within five years I was wearing a bifocal, because I am nearsighted also.Two years ago I decided to get the progressive lenses. It took me about one full week to adjust to them.Things looked really distorted, but within one week everything came into a clear focus. ... (10 replies)

... can't see without them because of my astigmatism. I had no problems adjusting to them. ... (5 replies)
Progressive lens
Jan 20, 2009
... such as bifocals. Progressives 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)
... the eye doctor sees me and then he comes in. Long story short, we end up with a prescription that I never felt comfortable with and he says it's time to go to a progressive lense. He starts flipping back and forth between what he said was my old prescription and my new and says "see how much difference it is". ... (2 replies)
... I'm a new aging member with a question about progressive lenses. I have problems with distance and intermediate vision, mild astigmatism, and also I have double vision at distance. I have absolutely no problem reading without glasses. ... (9 replies)
... Most people wearing progressives for the first time have a bit of wooziness and they give up immediately. However, it is best to stick with it and it soon passes. Clean them just like any other lens on a bit of greasy rag - no, seriously, just use a soft cloth with a squirt of lens cleaner. (9 replies)
... I'll be getting progressive lenses in a couple weeks. I wonder if I'll have problems with them too. I've just been wearing reading glasses, but my vision has changed and I need glasses for reading and seeing far away. ... (9 replies)
... A lot of good points have been made here. When I got my second opinion after the first surgery (crystalens) the doctor said that eventually the posterior capsule would get very cloudy, and then they would do a YAG, leaving the edges of the cloudy capsule to block the edge glare from the crystalens. I don't know if that was just a theory or if he'd actually seen it happen... (36 replies)
... It took me about 2 weeks to get totally used to my last new progressive lens prescription but after that they were great. I went for my eye exam yesterday and will be getting a new pair in a couple weeks. ... (10 replies)
... I have seen numerous doctor's over the past couple years. I am at the age where I need some help with reading lenses now but have had distance problems for a while. I have progressive glasses which I have no problem with but want to wear contacts too. ... (2 replies)
... My eye doc has me in multifocal contacts and I hate them, but I cant see without them. I do have progressive lenses in my glasses and I can read better up chose but not a lot because the lenses themselves bother me. ... (0 replies)
ILM Peeling
Oct 12, 2010
... Jodie, experimenting with lenses does seem to be the only way for people with macular damage unfortunately. ... (78 replies)
ILM Peeling
May 4, 2010
... in addition to the fact that my distance correction is a little strong which also causes problems in the intermediate zone. ... (699 replies)
... Multifocal contacts work well for many people, but it usually takes some experimentation with different lenses and powers to get it right. ... (3 replies)
... difficulty because patients want to be able to see clearly at all distances. Technically, that is no longer possible. The nearest thing to the perfect answer is progressive focus lenses and even they are far from perfect. ... (3 replies)
... We've decided to give up and my optician has made up some single vision lenses for now, with a view to trying again in a year or two probably with glasses that have less potential problems, such as distortion. ... (5 replies)
... any idea what make of lenses you have? ... (5 replies)
... I had exactly the same problem when I first went to progressives because the 'sweet spot' was microscopic. I found that I was constantly searching for the right viewing position. After a few weeks of hell, I went back to the optician who was very understanding and gave me a 'special deal' to upgrade to the substantially more expensive 'super progressives'. The result was... (5 replies)




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