Still Experiencing Vision Problems After Using Glasses?
Last week I checked my eyes to buy glasses at the optical mall, after that I checked and it’s true that my left eye is rather difficult to determine drinking and the cylinder because when checking it takes a long time for the left eye to actually click and fit to see. However, when next Thursday and in the news, I will wear glasses, but on the left it doesn’t work to see. It’s not like using minus glasses or cylinders. I wonder why? Thank you
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It needs to be clarified, is the examination that you went through previously carried out under the direct supervision of a doctor? Is there no improvement at all on your vision after using these glasses? Are there other complaints that have arisen?
Ideally, a visual examination before the manufacture of glasses is carried out under the direct supervision of a doctor or ophthalmologist. Therefore, the competence of the examination operator can contribute to causing the sunglasses to be given incorrectly. Not only that, the accuracy of the equipment used, the room's lighting, as well as the condition of your eyes during the examination can also affect the accuracy of the results of the examination carried out. It is possible that these factors underlie your current complaints.
Some other factors, such as other disorders of the eye that affect vision function (for example keratitis, uveitis, pterygium, cataracts), asthenopia (tired eyes), mental disorders, etc. can also contribute to your complaints. It could also be that your complaint only occurs due to the process of adapting your eyes to the glasses you just used.
Our advice, if you feel totally unhelpful with the use of these glasses, check yourself directly to the doctor or ophthalmologist so that you can be given the best treatment, yes. In the meantime, rest your eyes first from exhausting activities, such as reading writings small, drive long distances, or read under low light. In addition, do not carelessly use drugs, eye drops, contact lenses, or other treatments if not recommended directly by a doctor.
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