hi,Contact Lenses Offer Many Advantages Over Eyeglasses
Thinking about trying contact lenses? Whether you need corrective lenses for nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism or Presbyopia, contact lenses offer many advantages over eyeglasses:
Wider field of view:
*Contact lenses give you a wider field of view than eyeglasses. Eyeglass frames block your peripheral vision. This is especially true with today's smaller frames. You get a wider view of your world with contact lenses.
More natural vision:
*Contact lenses rest directly on the cornea of your eye to provide more natural vision than eyeglasses. Things appear just as they should in size and position, with no distortion. With eyeglasses, the distance between the lenses and you eyes makes objects appear smaller or larger that they actually are. If you are nearsighted, things look smaller and farther away. If you are farsighted, objects appear unnaturally magnified.
Better peripheral vision
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I ve been wearing contact lens instead of glasses for 3 years now. Last month, I stopped wearing contact lens for a while and started wearing my glasses more bc it s more convenient for me at the moment. Now that I m starting college again, I bought new contacts and started using them again. It s been 3 days and I noticed that after 15-20 minutes of wearing it, my vision becomes quite hazy and I can see rainbows around lights. I also find myself to be sensitive under the sunlight. My eyes doesn t feel hurt but it does makes me feel uncomfortable. When I took of the contacts, my vision was still the same. I decided to wait a like longer and after an hour or so, my vision becomes normal again.
My daughter is 16 and wearing glasses. She just joints a Taekwondo team and training for competitions. While practicing she can’t wears her glasses and I’m wondering if the contact lanes will be appropriated for her? How long will it takes before she gets use to it? What are the side effects? Thank you for all recommendations.
i have been having issues with my glasses recently with blurs and my lens appear to be in tact non scratched im 15 and also tired of wearing glasses im also a.d.d and so i loose/forget things alot !.... opinions ? would i be a candidate for contacts at this age if not when?!?
My seven year old has been on keppra for one full month now, and she has been complaining of not being able to see the writing on the white board at school. We had her vision tested before she started school in august and the optometrist said she may develop problems up close but that should be it. Could the keppra be effecting her vision? Thank you Tyne
i have just returned from visiting my 22 year old daughter, who works on a cruise ship. she has had red eye complaints for about 4 months, She wears contact lenses, and changes them regularly. She also has had about 2 months of blood in and around her stools, with white spots like mozzarella cheese. she refuses to see a ship doctor and wants to wait for 2 months before she comes home. Could this be serious?
My little boy aged 5 has fallen at school and bumped his head on concrete. This happened 8 days ago we have been to A&E and had him checked fully with eye tests at the eye hospital which are all clear. He still complains of blurred vision, shapes in his eyes and they are light sensitive what should we do?
Hello, I m live in Bosnia and Herzegovina ( you may not know where it is ) and I have a boy age 4 years and 5 months. My doctor specialists in ophthalmology said that he has amblyopia on the right eye. His sight is approximately 25% of the normal. She ( the doctor ) also said that the condition is incurable. Apparently the colour of the eye nerve is lighter than normal. Diagnosis: Amblyopia O.D. H50.0 Entropy OS H52.0. Please tell me is there any hope for my child and his sight on the right eye. My e mail is YYYY@YYYY
Off late, i am suffering from dryness, itching and uneasiness in left eye predominantly. Please suggest ways to relax eyes with medication or exercises. Please suggest eye drops which can be used with contact lens and without contact lens