I recently broke my glasses and had to get a new pair. I went to the optometrist, he gave me a prescription, and I got it filled at a local chain. However, I can't see through my glasses - I've been back to the glasses store 5 times and they have supposedly "fixed" the glasses 3 times; I've gone back to the Dr. to have him check the prescription, and it seems fine there. The biggest problem is switching between my glasses and contacts. My contacts are perfect - I have no vision problems whatsoever. When I remove them at night and switch to my glasses, everything is so blurry I may as well not have them. Oddly enough, I can see just fine when I turn them over... I'm looking for an educated opinion on what may be the problem. Is it the prescription, or the glasses manufacturer? Help!View Thread
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