well sir, for the same i wish to know ur age first.
u need glasses in right eye only. but if ur age is above 40 or if u r having ny reading difficulty for near u should go for presbyopic correction.
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hi welcome to hcm.see its good you have to detected earlier if you wearing spectacle regularly may be it stable ,you can use computer with wearing spectacles for not more then 2 to 3 hour but take a 5 to 10 min interval in between.also eat green leafy vegetables .
Hi,thanks for query.You need to have prescription glasses for right eye and plain glass for left eye.After that you can continue all your routine activities.Keep regular follow up at least 6 monthly with your doctor.bye.
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