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Replacement of spectacles with contact lens for blurred vision - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Vision and Eye Disorders
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hello doctor!
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   i have a question to ask about my eye..
Doctor :   ya sure go on
User :   my eye had been injured about 9 years back and they has replaced the lens now I want to try the contact lenses... can i wear contact lenses
User :   ?
Doctor :   k sure i will help u
Doctor :   how did that injury happen
Doctor :   wat was the final diagnosis
User :   i was wearing spectacles that time and a shuttle cock racket hit my glasses...
Doctor :   and only the lens was replaced
User :   and something pierced into my right eye and the natural lens got damaged..
Doctor :   do u have vision problems?
Doctor :   whats the power of ur lens
User :   yes only the lens was replaced... and the vision is blurred now... because of the scar ,,, the number is 4.5 cylindrical, 1.5 spherical
Doctor :   wats ur age and occupation
User :   (both in minus sign)
User :   age = 26 and occupation = software engineer
Doctor :   ya u can use but for that
Doctor :   u have to recheck ur power once
User :   okay
User :   what kind of lenses shud i buy? soft/semisoft/hard ?
Doctor :   and consult an opthalmologist
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