The Period Of Using The Right Contact Lenses?
Afternoon .. r nI go to college every day from Monday to Thursday and the lectures sometimes run from morning to evening. And I am a minus but I don’t like wearing glasses, I use soft lenses because it’s simpler. Now what I want to ask, right? Every day I use the contact lens, now the contact lens needs to be replaced once a month, right? Is it once every 6 months? Or once every 3 months? Thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. As an alternative treatment for nearsightedness, softlens are increasingly popular, mainly because they are practical, do not disturb those who are active, and are sold in various designs and colors that attract attention.
But of course there are drawbacks to the use of soft lenses, including in the form of more complicated treatments and a greater risk of health problems than glasses. To minimize this condition, one thing that contact lens users must do is to know the age limit of their contact lens usage.
Regarding your question, the software itself is sold with different usage ages as you asked, some are disposable, some are a month, 3 months, 6 months old, and so on. The standard is usually found on the wrapper, because not all contact lenses have the same age. And this is judged by the first time you unwrapped it, not by the time you bought it. So if you buy it in August but open it only in September, if the contact age is a month, then the age of use is only until October, regardless of whether during that month you use it every day, only a few days a week, or not at all.
If you feel confused or have difficulty determining the age of use of the contact lenses you have, then ask where you bought the contact lenses, or take them along with the package to an ophthalmologist for consultation. Knowing the age of use is indeed important because if it is forced to be used beyond its limit of use, it can cause severe eye damage.
Meanwhile, keep your contact lenses and the place of your contact lenses clean, don't use them while sleeping or swimming, wash your hands before handling your lenses, and don't use them for more than 8-14 hours a day. So, hopefully it answers your question.