I have the below eye prescription: Right Eye -1, astigmatism -1, 065 axis left eye is -.25, astigmatism -.50,120 axis
I don't use my glasses for close up work. Since I have astigmatism would it make sense to make glasses for close up work to correct only the astigmatism so I can see clear close work? I know astigmatism impact vision for both near and far.If that can be done do I need to convert the prescription?View Thread
The inner corner of my left eye hurts really bad when I look to either side. So bad that I actually get...
Posted by An_260373
The inner corner of my left eye hurts really bad when I look to either side. So bad that I actually get nauseous and develop a headache. I know it's not a foreign body. I don't think its my eye either... more like a muscle or tendon. I have done nothing to injure it, so this out-of-the-blue pain worries me. Am I over reacting? Any ideas to what this might be?View Thread
My friend suffered an eye injury two months ago. A piece of metal dust went into his eye. They performed...
Posted by An_260338
My friend suffered an eye injury two months ago. A piece of metal dust went into his eye. They performed surgery to remove the object. However, after the surgery, his pupil cannot react to light. In sunlight, his pupil does not shrink. He has to wear sunglasses everywhere and cannot drive during night time. Is there anything he can do to correct the situation?View Thread
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