Trying out contact lenses for the first time.. I can't stop crying..

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  1. lelisa13p

    lelisa13p Your Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    Get thee to the Eye Doctor, hc! Something's definitely amiss. :(

    Maybe try a different brand.
     
  2. AKAJohnDoe

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    Definitely see the eye doc, HC, and before the weekend!
     
  3. headcronie

    headcronie Greyscale. Nuff Said. Super Moderator

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    Just got back home. I had no time to get in today. Maybe tomorrow after class. I got maybe 3 hours, of unpleasant wear out of them. I recollect this scenario the last time I tried contacts over 3 years ago. I'm getting the feeling I'll just end up with glasses again. Maybe it's just better that way..
     
  4. Ohappydaye

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    I'm thinking a change in type would potentially make all the difference.
     
  5. headcronie

    headcronie Greyscale. Nuff Said. Super Moderator

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    Yeah, I hope so. It's either that.. or I revert to good ole 4 eyes. *hc readies his pocket protector once more*
     
  6. maceyr

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    There are some of us who are better adapted to glasses than contacts. I admit that I am one of them. :D
     
  7. PDA Bach

    PDA Bach Dunsel

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    I used to be. I wore glasses since second grade. (Too young for a pocket protector.) Got into contacts because martial arts are problematic when your glasses and you head in different directions in the dojo. :)
    As I got older, the contacts were a problem because I had so much correction that (with the contacts in) I couldn't read.
    Almost a decade ago I sprung for LASIK. That's a novel by itself, but finally it got worked out and now I'm about 20/40 in each eye BUT I can still read a book without any optical aid. (Although this is changing year to year.)
    So I'm hoping you have an easier journey, hc.
     
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