The View Feels Blurry When Glancing When Using New Glasses?
, I want to ask. I just changed my glasses, when I looked towards the front / middle, the object was clearly visible. but if I glance towards the side of the lens, it becomes blurry. Then if you glance towards the edge of the tip of the glasses, the object (for example a window) is like a blue and yellow light shadow on the edge of the object. While the old glasses are not like that. Why is that?
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We understand the discomfort you feel.
Regarding your complaints, as long as you don't experience vision problems from the glasses you just used, you don't need to worry.
Previously, you need to know in advance whether you are using a minus lens for nearsightedness, a plus lens for nearsightedness, astigmatism or a combination lens.
The possibility of things that can make a difference between clear and blurry shadows, in the middle or on the edge of the glasses occur when making glasses. Various types / basic materials of glasses lenses can cause refraction of light which can cause a picture / luminous color of the rainbow, so that it will appear the existence of colors other than white / clear. But as long as you do not experience visual disturbances or field of view, then it is not a cause for concern.
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