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#Actualsuperman3275

Posted 27 December 2012 - 01:38 AM

I have astigmatism in both eys also, and getting glasses is amazing. Everything looks cleaner, and I found myself looking at everyday scenes differently. (Now it's getting "cheesy" :))

#2superman3275

Posted 27 December 2012 - 01:37 AM

I have astigmatism in both ees also, and getting glasses is amazing. Everything looks cleaner, and I found myself looking at everyday scenes differently. (Now it's getting "cheesy" :))

#1superman3275

Posted 27 December 2012 - 01:36 AM

<blockquote class='ipsBlockquote'data-author="Cornstalks" data-cid="5013944" data-time="1356360426"><p>
Do you wear corrective lenses? If yes, you may want to go get your prescription double checked; if no, you may want to go get your eyes checked and see if they would help you.<br />
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For years, I knew I couldn't see far away things, but thought I could see close up things just fine. I finally went to the eye doctor to get fitted for glasses a couple of years ago (I can't wear contacts because you blink less staring at a screen and my eyes dried out), and I was amazed that they helped with my near vision (I went to get them only for my far vision). I have astigmatisms in both eyes, and correcting these actually helped with both near and far vision. Despite the fact that I got them to help with my blurry far vision, I now wear them all the time because they help with my near vision too (which I never thought was a problem).<br />
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Almost two years later, I went back to the eye doctor and it turns out my prescription has changed a bit, and the right lens of my glasses is too strong of a correction. This explains why recently my eyes have felt strained and sometimes I'd get headaches.<br />
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Anyway, I suggest seeing an optometrist and just checking things out.</p></blockquote>

I have astigmatism in both ees also, and getting glasses is amazing. Everything looks cleaner, and I found myself looking at everyday scenes differently. (Now it's getting "cheesy" :))

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