eddysnake wrote:let me precede this by saying this will be absolutely no help at all, but I think you may need to wear a pirate eye patch at all times, don't even worry about making an appt.
shafnutz05 wrote:eddysnake wrote:let me precede this by saying this will be absolutely no help at all, but I think you may need to wear a pirate eye patch at all times, don't even worry about making an appt.
I had a severely scratched cornea whilst in the military (I mean so bad I woke up in horrific, doubled over pain). The gov't treatment was an eye patch, but it was white. How lame is that?
Kraftster wrote:I have astigmatism and contacts. Astigmatism, as I understand it, is just another in the category of nearsightedness or farsightedness.
I had this happen to me in one eye for a few weeks one summer and I finally got some drops that helped it. I don't recall exactly what the explanation was but I think it might have had something to do with allergies. Sorry, can't remember any more than that.
Kraftster wrote:Definitely go with no-nose-pads glasses. I have Ray-Bans.
newarenanow wrote:I had that same issue in left eye. It was an astigmatism, and they ordered me a contact that corrects that, and now I haven't had much issue.
Another issue I had a few years back, and it was sort of the same thing, they said I had an infection in my eye due to wearing contacts for too long. I guess there is a lack of oxygen and the blood vessles get infected. Nothng serious. I had to wear my glasses for a week while putting drops in, and it cured it.
Sucks, I wanted to get laser eye surgery a few months back. I was all excited to not have to wear contacts and glasses anymore, but due to my astigmatism, and also because the lense of my right eye is a little flat, they said I can never do it, or at least Lasik won't do it. They said unless technology changes and there are advancments for these issues, it is unsafe.
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