The View Is Still Blurry When Using Glasses?
Every time I go to the ophthalmologist to check minus me up or not, every doctor checks, the doctor gives a lens that I can still see but is still a bit fuzzy and dim, and I also always tell the doctor like that, the doctor’s answer always says it’s okay , so I have to bear the consequence of often feeling heavy between my eyebrows. The question is, is that the right thing to do? Is it not appropriate for the size?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. Basically, the strength of the glasses that should be used is as close as possible to the results of the examination, as long as it's still comfortable.
For example, say your eyes -2.00. The doctor will ask you to try wearing glasses with the strength of -2.00 and -1.75. Of the two strengths of these glasses will be determined later, which is more comfortable for you. Not infrequently, despite the eye -2.00 needs, in the end use the -1.75 or even -1.50 because the -2.00 feels too 'bright', too 'heavy' and other inconveniences. So it doesn't matter if it's not exactly the same, as long as you are comfortable and can still see well.
So regarding your case, if you don't feel comfortable then it shouldn't be forced. This could be due to the poor frame structure of the glasses, or indeed the incompatible strength. What your doctor says is not a problem if the discomfort you experience is just an adaptation process, which means, over time the discomfort should be reduced. But if it's settled, then it shouldn't be forced.
Our advice to you, if indeed your glasses are uncomfortable now even though you have been wearing it for several days, consult an ophthalmologist at another hospital to seek a second opinion. This is your right as a patient, and is useful to see from another perspective. Also, tell your experience about seeing your ophthalmologist with your new doctor, so that your doctor can be more specific in your treatment. Meanwhile, if wearing glasses really torments you, don't use the glasses first, but if you can still tolerate them, please wear them. So, hopefully answering your question.