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I really like the big nerd glasses, i think the "nerd" glasses would work very well especially withÂ a oblong face, actually i have a ablong face too, sometimes it also depends on your personal style.
You can get a pair of contcats with different prescription lenses.There is no need to worry about it. Most people have different power for each eye, while few people require the same correction bilaterally. There is no problem for you to be supplied with a different lens for each eye.
I understand your feeling of looking for lime green sunglasses. I also like it. I tried to search it out. And finally i search it out at amazon.com. And i find the sunglasses at amazon.com are very affordable. So, if you want lime green sunglasses, Just search it at amazon.com. I believe you can find what you want at less amount of money.
Every surgery can have risks,the lasik surgery will be no exception.I have heard that someone's vision would get worse several years later or even almost blind.But it does can correct your vision anyway,saving you the trouble of wearing glasses and the cost for them.The cost of your glasses in your life may be equal to lasik surgery's cost. So it is definitely worthwhile.
The symptoms of irritated eyes may conclude: the eye is getting dry and itching. Sometimes they are bloodshot. If your eyes get red after wearing the contact lenses, you should pay attention to the following two conditions. First, it is possibly for you to catch the acute hyperemia of eye. For example, you have been wearing glasses too tight for a long time. You have the habit of wearing your glasses to sleep. You even often wear with the polluted lenses of contacts, etc. All these may cause the bacterial infection on your eye. At this moment, you single eye may be affected usually. If it is more serious like painful, tearful, irritated and even vague, we say you may be infected the keratitis. Second, you may get the chronic hyperaemia, which mainly happen light hyperaemia of the conjunctiva between the corneal limbal parts and the inner/outer corner of eye. The reason may be unclean wash of the antiseptic liquid medicines with irritated and allergic smells. Besides, the lens of contact lenses become old and degenerated, whose sediments piled together and led to the congestion. The congestion or hyperaemia above I mentioned was the symptoms of eye getting red. As long as you discover these symptoms, you'd better go to hospital for a detailed check and get a completed heal for your case.
If there is some coating on your lenses, you may remove the coating with the paint. You'd better consult an optician first. Last time I get a little paint on my lenses, I put my glasses in warm water and rinse them with cold water, later this paint just get off from my lenses. My lenses are always very greasy. Maybe there are some sweats on them. So the paint can't stick to the lenses. My mum always asks me to clean my glasses but I am too lazy. I have a kind of lense-cleaning-solution which was given by my optician. But I seldom use them.
I think it is important to know what has caused eczema on your eyes. Some may suffer eczema as a result of stimulating medications applied on the eyes, such as penicillin, aktisol-weiss, atropine, etc. or using cosmetics or wearing metal glasses over a long period of time. Some suffer eczema as a response of medicines for oral administration such as hypnagogue, tranquillizer, antibiotics, quinine, etc. and some get eczema because they intake some animlity protein or vegetalitas protein, such as fish, shrimp, meat, milk or egg. Under such circumstances, you should keep yourself away from these substances. Also, conjunctivitis can cause eczema, if so, you can drip some eyedrops. Do not take pungent diets and do not drink alcohol. Eat more fresh vegetables and fruits. Remember not to rub your eyes with your hands. Wish you recover soon.
Relax,this is quite normal and u really don't need to concern too much about this.I have also experienced this symptom once in a while and I can deeply understand what u feel now.I once went to my eye doctor for the reason who told me that this was very normal and common and what I should do is to keep a balanced life so that everything will still be fine.
Well, yes, eye infection can cause blurry vision, in some degree. As we know that eye infection can be caused by bacteria, viruses or environmental agents, such as pollens and other irritants. So in many cases, people get eye infection when they are with irritants. But you also should know that blurry vision is also can be caused by the bacteria, and other allergies. So when your eyes are infected by some viruses, you can get eye infection. At the same time, your blurry vision can occur too. So you should be careful about it. To treat your symptom, you can just take some measures to find out the direct infection cause. So you can figure out the problem. Sometimes, just going to have an eye exam will be considerable. Besides, you should know that blurry vision can also be caused by some other factors, such as Macular degeneration.
Diabetes will cause glaucoma. If the situation went worse, this may lead to acute glaucoma. There are closed angle and open angle glaucoma. The patients who suffer from closed angle glaucoma often experience pain and rapid vision loss. The patients who suffer from open angle glaucoma may not feel any symptoms or even slight loss of vision. The best way to prevent acute glaucoma is to have your diabetes treated with medicines and have your eyes checked regularly.
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