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How long does it take to a just to trifocal lenses mine are not progressives. Thanks! ...

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How long does it take to a just to trifocal lenses mine are not progressives. Thanks! ...

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lenses cause this problem? Thank you! XXXX ...I have been diagnosed with Blepharoconjunctivitis. I used to wear contact lenses, when this medical ...

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I have been told that I have blepharoconjunctivitis. I take one steroid drop per day, in each eye. Would it be possible for me to wear contact lenses or get Lasik with this eye problem? ...

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I wear glasses, Crizal (anti-glare , UV protections). Today morning, I covered my laptop screen with another anti-glare and anti-reflection screen accessory. The problem is my eyes are not feeling very ...

Public Forum Discussions

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.5 on both eyes. the optician suggested me to use the lenses for not raising the eye power for future and the number will be stable. As per his suggestion i got the lenses and wearing the same. But with the specs i ...

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I have been wearing contact lenses for 6 years now and 2 years ago after an eye dr appt i started having problems with my eyes and contact lenses. These problems consist of dryness with all lenses ...

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Hi, I am suffering with colorblindness problem, I know there is no treatment for this diseases but i have heard there are some contact lens are available which may help, please let me know from where ...

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Hi I am 42 years old and have been a contact lens wearer for more than 15 years. I wear soft lenses that last 2 weeks before I use the next set. I have had no problems with vision with them in all this time ...

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Yesterday I put in my contacts and my right one was blurry. Thinking they were just getting old I switched them out to a new pair and still had the same problem. I wore my glasses for the day and thought ...

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this is from i am 24 yrs old. i have a eye sight problem for the last 10 yrs initially my power ....... **usually i used spectacles last four month i am using contact lenses . is there any adverse effect ...

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connected to tragus/ or any risk for my eyes. becouse before getting pearsing i used to use contact lenses but after the pearsing i m not able to use contact lenses anymore.i want to know this is hapning sue ...

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much, But I have a more important problem in that eye which is a corneal scar, which gives me problems with light. Would a colored lense be beneficial in this situation? Thanks, Ron ...

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on Implantable Contact lenses (ICL). If I have undergone this ICL treatment whether I will be medical fit or not as per industrial norms And in future suppoose I want remove the ICL, Is there any problem with my eyes ...

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I wear Gas permeable lenses and i have wore them for 26 years. My problem is I put my contact on today and its feeling really weird, like its on the wrong eye but I know it isnt. I did the switch ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hello You may do two things- 1.Wash your frequently and use spectacles for next 2-3 days or till the time symptoms have subsided. 2.ciprofloxacillin antibiotic eye drop may be used.If problem persists you may visit eye surgeon. Take care

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One can consider conventional (spherical) contact lenses for patients with cylindrical powers of upto 1.0 diopter. However, there may be a slight compromise in visual clarity by this method of correction of the refractive error. There are no long term side effects expected on the eye by using such lenses.

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Not possible. You can use cosmetic eye lenses.