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Judy Ruiz

Judy Ruiz

305-298-7603

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

5200 Eubank Blvd Ne #A4
Albuquerque, NM 87111

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  • It is totally up to your favorite. Personally i prefer to buy prescription sunglasses rather than fitover sunglasses. That because I hate to wear two pair of glasses frames on my nose. And i afraid the outside sunglasses may slip off my nose when i take some sports activities. Nevertheless, if i stay in an environment that need to go outdoor and outside frequently, i prefer to fitover sunglasses for conveniences.

  • In common, it won't cause blindness becaue your eyes get a tiny rock. But it may scracth your cornea. So, you'd better take your of your eyes. And try to remove the tiny rock from your eyes gently. Flusing your eyes with eyedrops may help the eyes.

  • In order to clean sports goggle lenses, Firstly, place a few drops of the cleaning solution on one half of the soft lens cloth. Make sure the cloth is specifically for lens cleaning to avoid scratches. Wipe off the inside of the lens with the moist part of the cloth until all dust and grime has been removed. Secondly,wipe the lens of the goggles using a gentle circular motion. Do not press too hard on the lens when buffing it clean. Excessive pressure when scrubbing may remove the anti-fog coating or push the lens out of position in the frame. Use light, circular strokes to dab away dirt and any residue that has built up. Then, you should dry the lens with the dry half of the lens cloth to polish the surface. Gently buff the lens in a circular motion, making sure not to leave any streaks or moisture from the cleaning solution,at last,repeat the same process for the outside of the lens. Carefully wipe away all dirt and dry off the surface.

  • I also have the light sensitivity half a year ago. I feel anxiety and I think I have a seizure, and all the normal things around make me discomfort. While, as the doctor said, I always tried to keep my mind peaceful to relieve squint, which bother me for a long period along with my photophobia. Do you have some related symptoms, like headache or nausea? It is wise to take a nap and rest your spirits before you head to your doctor for worsening

  • While baby oil usually does not do any permanent damage to the eye, it can sting and be irritating.Flush the eye with water or eye wash for at least 15 minutes and if the eye is blurred or hurting, go to an emergency room.

  • I do not think that we can help you with this problem. Maybe you need to search for it from your whole house. Or you need to buy a new pair.

  • You can massage your eyes gently to promote the blood circulation of the skin around the eyes, which has an effective function of reducing the swollen eyes. Or you can apply ice bag on your eyes, if you do not have ice bag at hand, you can put some ice cubes in a towel or cloth or soak a towel in icy water and then keep it on your eyes. Also, you can apply used cooling black tea bag over your eyes for five minutes because tea contains the tannic acid, which is a good astringe and helps reduce swollen eyes, but do not apply the tea bag directly on the eyelid, otherwise your eyelid could be dyed yellow and tannic acid irritates the eyes. And you can apply icy milk over your eyes with cotton swab to get rid of the swollen eyes. Remember not to drink a large quantity of water before you go to sleep.

  • Being a beginner to wearing contacts, you should start off only for 4 hours for a few days. Then increase it to 5-6 hours till you see if you can use it for 7-8 hours. Over using the contacts will always lead to red eyes, dry eyes, sensitivity to light, eye discharge, blurry vision and even pain on your pupils even without the contacts. You may want to get hold of a book regarding the use of contacts and what possible effects/infections you may get from wearing it. This may give you a better idea on what you're facing. Seeing and reading that book made me decide to NOT wear contacts any longer. I used contacts for over 25 years. You may want to read materials regarding the dangers of wearing contacts so you can safeguard yourself from future problems. https://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/ProductsandMedicalProcedures/HomeHealthandConsumer/ConsumerProducts/ContactLenses/ucm062589.htm https://www.livescience.com/46769-amoeba-eye-infection-contact-lens.html

  • You can take a shot at tortoise shell glasses. They are suitable both for men and women. Since vintage style is still hot this year, vintage related items are fashion accessory. Vintage tortoise shell glasses will add the finishing touch to your vintage image. Have a good time rocking tortoise shell glasses!

  • Well, according your description about your two lenses, yes they are different from each other in terms of how thick they are. So, my explanation for your question is that your eyes are both nearsighted, but the extent is different, so the doctor had to make you two different lenses so that your eyes will be able to see things clearly. It is just natural. People often have this problem, it doesn't matter to your vision. Just take it easy and don't make your vision worse.