Lens Size Is Not Suitable For Nearsighted People?
, I’d like to ask. Yesterday I checked my eyes at the optics, the result is that my right eye is minus 1.0 but the problem is the left one. When tested with minus 2.0 it was still blurry, even using 3.0 it was still blurry, there was no change until I tested using 3.75 it was still the same. Is my left eye not minus? But cylinders?
There are quite a lot of vision problems among the most common refractive problems, there are minus eyes, cylinders, plus eyes and others. To make sure it is necessary to do a visual examination, this examination can be done using a Snellen chart or also using an autorefractorometry tool.
Not infrequently there are also concurrent abnormalities, namely minus eyes and cylinders at the same time. so that for its correction, both minus or myopia and cylinders are needed.
If you have tried optics and tried trial lenses, you don't find the right size, you should check with an ophthalmologist. where later in addition to a visual acuity examination, other examinations will also be carried out to assess other eye problems that cause visual disturbances in you.
Hope it is useful,
dr. Adi P.