Unfocused Eyes After Changing New Glasses?
at afternoon. I want to ask, before I changed to new glasses minus my left eye was -0.25 without cylinder, right eye was -2.75 cylinder 1.5. Then after being examined by an ophthalmologist, my minus increased to left -1.75 cylinder 0.5 right eye -3.00 cylinder 1.75. Then I changed the glasses according to the minus that was prescribed. after the glasses change, I feel my eyes can’t focus on many objects, can only focus on one object it takes a few seconds. Then I felt floating, the floor and the door became convex, then the small writing that I could normally see clearly became blurry. I’ve been wearing my new glasses for 3 days. What’s the cause? Then how to solve it?
Hello josephv, thanks for the question for HealthReplies.com
The symptoms you are experiencing may be caused by the size of the eyeglass lenses that are not suitable for correcting your refractive errors. The following are some of the symptoms of a mismatch of refractive errors with the correct size of the eyeglass lens:
Visual disturbances, including blurred vision, distorted vision (objects seem to sag), double vision, impaired perception of large and small and near objects. Eyes can also get tired quickly and eyes that feel dry and burning. Systemic symptoms, including headaches, especially behind the eyes, the area around the eyes, the front of the head, and the sides of the head. Other symptoms that can also occur are dizziness which is described as a sensation of swimming, sometimes accompanied by nausea.
You should go back to the eye doctor or to the optician where you make glasses to re-check whether the size of your glasses is in accordance with your eye refraction examination, or whether the results of the refractive examination are in accordance with your current eye condition.
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