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Of course contact lenses is not available for everyone. The one who has some eye diseases can't wear contact lenses, such as blepharitis, conjunctivitis, keratitis and trachoma. Besides, those who suffer from diabetes, Arthritis, sinusitis and Pregnant women should not wearing contact lenses. Finally, children under 6 and the old over 40 had better not wear it. By the way, if you want to wear contact lenses, you must pay more attention to your personal hygiene, and clean it regularly, or it may lead some bad effects to your health.
Yes...I get hit on more when I wear my glasses ,Glasses can be VERY hot.
Yes, I am afraid it will. Optic neuritis tends to refer to inflammation of the optic nerve, which connects the eye to the brain. Once the nerve damages, we will be blind. The major symptom of optic neuritis is vision loss, varying from a small area of blurring to complete blindness within one or two days. In addition, those who suffer optic neuritis may also notice vision clarity reduction; vision color distorted (loss of contrasts) and sees less vivid vision than normal. The frequent eye movement, high temperatures and the intensive exercise worse the situation leading to vision loss. Vision loss is usually temporary if you have timely rescue, otherwise it may be permanent in some cases. Well, the disease can not be detected in its early stage due to our unawareness of subtle visual loss (optic neuritis can just affect only one eye), unless our doctor asks us to close or cover another healthy eye.
I am 82 years old nd contemplating cataract surgery. I was told per the evaluation just performed, I have some astigmatism. I visit the present eye Dr regularly with the chart eye test and several dialated exams. I was never told I had any astigmatism problem. I used to wear contacts but my vision improved over time and I did not require any lenses over the last 12 years or so. Now my recent preop tests say I have astigmatism. Do I actually need the more expensive IOL to correct astigmatism. ?? After all these years did I suddenly get astigmatism??? What's going on here besides $$$$$.
It does take time to adjust to monovision contact lenses. Monovision contact lenses are used to correct one eye for distant and the other eye for near. So many people find it difficult to get used to monovision contact lenses. Some people will wait for several weeks to adjust to monovision contact lenses. While some people can get used to monovision contact lenses a couple of months after they begin to wear monovision contact lenses.
Yes, it is different from regular eye exam, Eye exams for people with diabetes can include: Visual acuity testing. Visual acuity testing measures the eye's ability to focus and to see details at near and far distances. It can help detect vision loss and other problems. Ophthalmoscopy and slit lamp exam. These tests allow your doctor to see the back of the eye and other structures within the eye. They may be used to detect clouding of the lens (cataract), changes in the retina, and other problems. Gonioscopy. Gonioscopy is used to find out whether the area where fluid drains out of your eye (called the drainage angle) is open or closed. This test is done if your doctor thinks you may have glaucoma, a group of eye diseases that can cause blindness by damaging the optic nerve. Tonometry. This test measures the pressure inside the eye, which is called intraocular pressure (IOP). It is used to help detect glaucoma. Diabetes can increase your risk of glaucoma.
Different types of contacts come with different approved time for wearing. The longest extended wear lens (lens you can wear for day and night) on the market is for one month.
The cornea is the key part of our eyes, which would be easy injured on the surface layer of the cornea or the eyes, like photophobia. You would know the eye or the cornea is scratched immediately if you have excess amount of tears with uncomfortable sensation in the eye. In order to treat the scratched eyeball, you should blink eyes several times to remove dust, sand or other tiny objects, and flush eyes with water. Then, you should go to see the eye doctor thus he/she would tell you how to take medication. After that, you should place a cold compress on your eyes to wait for decreasing the pain of the cornea.
plano glasses are also called non-prescription glasses.People who have perfect vision wear plano glasses only for cosmetic purposes.There are many types of plano glasses for people to choose.People can choose any type of them to make them look more beautiful and stand out.However, wearing plano glasses can also protect the eyes from wind and UV rays. so, the price of the plano glasses is lower than prescription eyeglasses. More exactly, it is not expensive and you can find plano glasses at any online eyeglasses store. Hope this helpful.
Sure. Polarized bifocal sunglasses are very helpful for driving becasue you don't have to switch back and forth between sunglasses and reading glasses. Polarized bifocal sunglasses can not only allow you to see close-up clearly, but also they can help reduce the glare when you are driving.
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