Why Is My Left Eye Bigger Than Minus My Right Eye? What Is The Doctor’s Opinion?
, on Tuesday, the 9th I checked my nearsighted eye first to Dr. SP eye in the hospital. Now the results of my left eye minus – 3.00 and my right eye turned out to be smaller minus – 1.25 cylinder – 0.25 axis 176. Then the eye says that you never wear glasses before? I haven’t said it yet. This is the first time for Dr. SP. Before, I went to optical twice, minus my left eye. -1.50 words mas “optical. Why did I arrive from SP Eye yesterday minus my left eye until – 3:00 huh? .. Well today I already wear glasses … Eh, even dizzy … the right is right, just like it’s clear, the left one is dizzy … Is the prescription from the eye for my left eye wrong? … What is the solution Please help respond … Thank you
Hello Triana, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Minus the value of the eyes of a person who has the condition of nearsightedness can indeed increase over time depending on the person's lifestyle in treating the condition of his eyes. The less good eye care treatment is carried out, the possibility of increasing the minus value will be faster.
Regarding the minus difference between the two eyes themselves it is very likely to occur because the eyes are not 'twins', the response and shape of each eye is different, so the value of the right and left eye munis can differ depending on the shape and response of each eye.
For your own eye examination, why when you go to the optics and see an ophthalmologist to be much different, can be caused by two possibilities, namely:
The distance you check your eyes to the optics and to the eye doctor is quite far (for months or even years)
Error detecting machine minus eye value. Although at the time of eye examination at the doctor this detection device is still used, but the value will be reconfirmed with a manual examination that is subjective (according to the patient's feelings) so that this manual examination will be more accurate because the patient himself stated the condition of his eyesight during the examination
As for the dizzy complaints that you are experiencing right now, it can also be caused by several possibilities, such as:
Minus the value of glasses that are made do not comply with doctor's prescription
The difference in value minus the right and left glasses is quite large
The body's normal response when wearing glasses for the first time
Therefore, it is highly recommended that you check yourself back at the ophthalmologist who previously prescribed these glasses to you while bringing your glasses to be re-evaluated where the location of the cause of your complaint.
I hope this helps.