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 Am I an ****** just because I won't let my girlfriend get laser eye surgery, glasses or contacts?
She is as blind as a bat, and I am afraid that she will fly away just as fast as one once she figures out that I look like Quasimodo after a car wreck.
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 At 16 can your eye color still be changing?
My eyes used to look really dark hazel, and if I used a ton of reddish eyeshadow I could draw out some of the green. But for the past month or so, they have been looking so green! (even when I don...


 Is there any way to permantley change your eye color?
Not colored contacts or any other non-permanent thing. And what are the risks of the procedure....


 I dropped my contact and it dried out if i soak it can i reuse it?
I thought my right contact lens was in but when I tried to get it out it wasn't. I later found it on my dining room chair dried out. If I soak it will I be able to re use it. Ive only jst ...


 What is hotter glasses or contacts?
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 What color are your eyes?
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 At what age is a teenager ready for laser eye surgery?
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 Hi, Does inserting eye drops hurt?
Hi,
My daughter has been given CROMOLUX 2% to relieve her itchy eyes. But she is refusing to use them because she thinks that eye drops hurt. Having never used them before, please help!
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 What color eyes will my baby have? My eyes are light brown, my bf's are blue/green.?
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 how do you fall asleep???
well Ive always wanted to know I mean you close your eyes and bam! your asleep! how?...


 What's your eye color?
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 Can a 13 year old get contacts?
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 What is your eye color?
mine is blue/...


 Why does everyone say contacts hurt?
My mom says contacts hurt, is she just lying so I won't get them? Also my friends say contacts hurt. Is this true or is their contacts noot in right, the wrong type of contacts,wrong ...


 Contact lense question?
I refuse to get glasses, so I will be getting contacts this week. My eyesight is 20/50 and 20/60. But I have alot of questions bout contacts! My mom has hard contacts (or gas permeable?) but after ...


 What's your eye color, and if you could change it would you?
Mine are chocolate brown, but I wish they were hazel-green what about yours? If you could change it would you, if so to what color....


 Is it okay to squint to see rather than wear glasses?
I have glasses but can improve my vision by squinting to see the clock, faces, the tv etc. I don't want to get dependent on wearing glasses so is there any reason why I shouldn't do ...


 For how long can you see when your eye is pulled out of your head?
When your eye is scooped out of your skull, hypothetically, like in fight or something, but your optical nerve is still connected, can you still see out of it?

If so, for how long?
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 Can I get colored contacts if I don't have seeing problems?
Can I get colored contacts if I don't have seeing problems?...


 Eyes red from contact lenses?
Okay, so I've had contacts for about 4 months now and I'm using Acuvue 2 and they've been great. Now all of a sudden my eyes are starting to get red around the iris along the whites ...



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Is it harmful to look at the sun?
                      








FISHY
nope as long as you're wearing shades


WilliamE
Yes it is. depending on how hard you're staring at it.


Faesson
Ever used a magnifying glass to fry ants?

Your eye has a magnifying glass in the front, used to focus light onto your retina.

You look at a bright object like the Sun or an arc-welder and it focuses all that light onto your retina... literally frying it.

Is that your definition of harmful, because it is certainly mine.


Nolt
Yes over a long period of time if you even can look at it for more tan 5 seconds without glasses then the answer is yes it could possibly burn your cornea.


Monkeymoomoo
yea its bad, even if you're wearing shades. The UV rays are always harmful, but wearing shades helps to protect your eyes, but they're not completely safe.


Ted
yes, it can, if it's for a prolonged period... shades would help of course but will not keep your eyes from harm...


Keifer
Yes its harmful. You can go blind from looking at the sun for to long. Do you seriously have to ask this question?


European Prince
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YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

dont do it.. it can burn ur eyes and make u go blind within seconds!!! accordiing to my EARTH AND SPACE teacher


Kathy
Yep! it can damage your eyes.


Nick P
Yes


Ronald B
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Yes = 2 points


corporalduque
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yes looking at the sun for more than a moment or two can cause a stigmatism


Bethany
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Does it hurt? Then, yes.


xxSTARZZ.
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Yes, if you look at it for way too long it can blind you or cause damage.


Veronica S
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Yes it can! When I was little I stared at it once for so long that the sun looked black and then when I looked away I couldn't see for like 2 minutes and my vision slowly came back, I was 7 I think. I'll never look at it that long again!


Allen
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Hell yah its harmfull it burns when you look doesnt it?

Allen's friend : Whenevr your body comes into contact with sunlight, your cells are mutated. Contact with sunlight in general is bad for you but your body fixes that stuff if it's minor. Prolonged exposure to the sun can damage any part of your body [ especially your eyes]...Don't look at the sun without protective eyewear.


Surferken
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Is a reason you can't look at it (the sun) without your eyes involuntary closing on you!


ladystang
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to look directly at it, yes.


lfq
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you'll burn your eye balls out kid!!!!!


Austin
Yes most definately


Polopo23
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yes it blinded my bro


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