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 Do I have any problems with my eyes?
Hi, I've been having this wried thing happening since I could remember, when I look at something in a normal distance, I see to images of the same object, it happens to almost everything I see. I...

 What's my eye colour?
The dark circle around that green is very dark sea colour, and I got hazel around the pupil of my eye. But I'm not sure if this eye colour has a specific name...??


 What would happen if you drink eye drops?

 How do i let my parents know i need glasses?
my parents are very.... may i say strong opinioned
they think i have great vision!
i can read anything a mile a way, but i always squint up close and get headaches whever i read
how do ...

 how can I straighten my eyes?
I have one eye that looks a different direction then the other one. I'm wondering if I can get them fixed without surgery....

 My eyes burn when I make eye contact with people?
Or when I'm looking at one thing specifically. I have to look away or I'll get teary eyed. Do you know why? How to help it? People get weirded out when I move my eyes around and don'tl ...

 Question about contacts? 10 POINTS!!!!!!!?
Ok i have a choice if i want to get glasses again or contacts and i want contacts but idk if i will look good in them. But i also need to know the pros and cons about wearing contacts as apposed to ...

 If you wear your glasses from morning to bedtime is it bad for your eyes?

 Why can't I wear my contacts?
For the past 2 weeks I have had trouble getting my contacts in. They are dry and I sneeze all the time. Does anyone know of anything around the house that I can use so I can wear my contacts. My ...

 I'm squinting to read on the computer, but I see fine. Do I need glasses?
My vision is technically 20/20, so I don't know why I squint. Should I go to a lenscrafters? Or should I maybe see an optomologist?

Or does everyone squint at computer screens?...

 can i leave my contacts in over night?
my allergies are really bad today and my eyes are hurting, itching, watery and red and i can't get my contacts out

i've only had them since saturday

but is it okay if ...

 Question on Lasik Eye Surgery?
Im 19 and my vision is BADDD, Im maybe thinking of getting a lasik surgery in the future.. I dont know because ive seen the videos of the process and i am also aware you can go blind but my question ...

 Recently my eyes have started straining when I use the computer?
Unfortunately my full time job involves 8 hours of non-stop computer work - what can I do to keep my eyes in good condition, without having to go to an ophthalmologist for treatment?...

 does computers ruin your eyes?
my eyes get kinda blurry when i look at the computer screen.and could that be the reason why my eyes have been seeing really blotchy things lately?like i see stuff floating around sometimes,then my ...

 What are contact lenses used for?

 whats my eye color can YOU GUYS HELP ME!!!?
i have light brow eyes and when on light they have a green on it but when im am not on light they just look light brown the green doesnt show only when there is light and they look yellowish so ...

 Glasses??????? updated? hurt my eyeeees?
ok so i had my old glasses, and they've been changed to a higher level, i dnt usually wear them that often cuz i hate them,
but my new ones hurt my eyes, they feel so strong, but its ...

 Are there any eye excersices for the eyes to improve vision?
I'm 16. My vision isn't that bad, pretty minor problems...I just don't see as sharpely as I used to...maybe dry eye because of the computer? I don't know. But I don't want to ...

 Does Masterbaiting cause dizzyness and drowsy eyes?
Because lately I been feeling very I been Feeling dizzy and weird and im not sure if its because of masterbating to much or not, but every time I do masterbait I get that dizzy feeling right away

 Eye exercises to help improve my vision?
I've heard that there are eye exercises that people can do to improve their vision.
I am nearsighted, and have 20/40 vision. I hate taking out my glasses every time I have to read something ...

Do contacts hurt at all?
I'm really tired of glasses, and I want to get use to wearing contacts be for I start my new school in a few months, but I have no idea how they feel or how to put them on or take them off. Do they hurt when they are on your eyes and are colored contacts taken care of the same way as the normal ones?

2nd Aid
contacts hurt like sh!t and they feel like a polar bear is pissing acid into your eye and then kicking you in the nuts :P

im just jkin i dont know lol

R.I.P. Harry Kalas
No they don't hurt and I don't know about colored because I don't have colored. When you get them at the eye doctor they teach you how to get them in and out

When you first start using them, your eyes may sting for a little bit, but that's just because your eyes are getting used to them. After a few days, you won't even feel that they are there.

As everyone else says, keep them clean. When you take them out for the night, always put them in fresh solution--that way you will likely be able to just put them in the next day without cleaning them. Putting them in your eyes will be difficult at first, but you'll get used to it. Taking good care of contacts may seem like a hassle to you at this point, but once you get used to them, it becomes as ordinary as (and faster than) taking off and putting on your shoes every day. If your contacts are clean, and are the right size, they won't hurt.

They don't hurt.

Soft contacts, you don't even know they're there.

I've never had hard ones, but I hear that they take a little bit to get used to.

But you'd probably get soft.

I've never had color contacts.

But I can't see why they'd be any different.

They only hurt if you have something on them or you fell asleep with them in. Other than that you shouldn't be able to tell you have them! I love having contacts. :D

Contacts don't hurt at all if your doctor can get them to fit your cornea just right. My contacts are "my eyes" now and I always forget I have them in. It's not hard to put them in, you can get used to it really fast. Yes, you take care of colored contacts the same way as clear ones, but they usually irritate your eyes more. If you get contacts, remember that when you put them in the case, make sure they're in the little bowl part of the case and not on the ridge. You'll tear them when you put on the lids. And also, be sure to take them out ever few days or so, so you won't get eye infections.

its easy you'll learn fast :)

after you start using them it'll become natural and i got a lot of confidence when i started using them!

they dont hurt too bad u get use to them REALLY fast dont worry =] put it on the end of ur finger hold ur eye open and just push it onto ur eye and blink a couple times to tighten it

Adam ferandzo
aww cute you wanna look like a cutie for da boyyyyzz

they won't hurt, they'll explain everything to you and ask all your questions to them

at first they might sting when u put hem in but after a while u wont feel em

They don't hurt. Just make sure to take care of cleaning the lenses with contact solution and take care of yourself so you won't get an eye infection.

No, they don't hurt. It's a pain to learn to put them in; you'll probably be frustrated for the first couple of days, but you'll learn to love them.

well depends on how you put them on, also at first like glasses they might feel a bit uncomfortable but then you should get use to them. The bad news is that contacts have a higher risk that glasses. It is very easy to get your eye infected and/or they can fall out and you won't notice.

They dont hurt. They are a little uncomfortable for the first day or so as you get used to them.. a bit like the feeling of having an eyelash in your eye.. but that goes away quickly and you dont feel them at all. Colored contacts are just like regular contacts. The eye dr will show you how to put them in and care for them. It's very easy once you get used to it.

The Captain
its annoying and it hurst at first, it hurts to put them in at first and it can be really really hard....but it gets easier. it takes getting used to and practice and eventually you will be a pro and it will be nothing to pop em in.

start wearing them for 2 hours for 2 days, then build up to 3-4 hours for 2 days. then keep increasing the amount of time you have them in for.

i'm 21 and i only wear contacts for when i see the white sox play or at a concert, the rest of the time i only wear glasses to drive and take notes in class. when i wear my contacts for 8 hours it gets a little bothersome after about 3-4 or 5 hours because i never wear them.

Properly fitting and clean contact lens do not hurt. It may take a day or two to get used to them at first, though. Don't worry about putting them on and out. Your optometrist will show you how to do it properly.

One thing you must know about contact lens are that they are not very forgiving. You must clean them properly and handle them properly. Any mistake can result in damaging the lens. If you do damage the lens, they must be replaced. Also, improper cleaning can result in infection of your eyes.

You also must carry our regular glasses and certain supplies with you, just in case you have to take contact lens out. These things happen when you get something in your eyes or your eyes get too tired.

I have no ideas on colored ones. I only have the normal clear lens.

It all depends on how much you clean them and how long you wear them.

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