Unsuitable Glasses Are Dangerous?
Noon. Examination of my husband’s eyes: D: sph-0.75, cyl 0.25, axis 90. S: sph -1, cyl -0.5, axis 60. Once the glasses are finished there is a wrong axis, which should be 60 u0026amp; 90, in fact 60 of them. Is this dangerous? What are the side effects if we keep using these glasses? Even though the axis is wrong. Because I bought the glasses and lenses online so it’s hard to return. Tks Regards
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Astigmatism or cylinder eye is a refractive disorder caused by an abnormal curvature of the eye. The patient's eyes will blur or become curved when looking at the line. The abnormal curvature of the eye has an angle of curvature that needs to be corrected. If the angle of curvature on the glasses does not match the angle of curvature experienced in the eye, vision will be even more disturbed. As a result, your husband may experience dizziness or nausea when he sees using these glasses for a long time.
Making a diagnosis of cylindrical eye is more difficult than determining other refractive errors, such as minus eye. For accurate examination results, you should bring your husband to an eye doctor. From the results of the examination of the instrument that you conveyed, you do not necessarily need to be corrected for cylindrical eyes. Your husband needs to try using test glasses to determine comfort when wearing glasses. If indeed your husband's eyes do not need to be corrected with glasses, it is necessary to look again to see if there are other abnormalities that cause vision problems in your husband. The eye doctor will perform a more complete examination to determine the eye disorder.
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