I went to my eye doctor earlier this year for new contact lenses. It was my annual visit. Prior to this visit, my prescription was -7.0. My optician told me that my vision was the same, but he wanted to write a prescription for me of -6.5 for contact lenses. He said that my vision was staying the same and wanted to make it better. For a few months, everything was normal. Now, however, I can barely read street signs and I have to sit closely to my computer to see things. I have not gone back in for another checkup because it would not be covered under my insurance plan. What should I do? I feel that this doctor has caused my vision to worsen because he gave me the wrong prescription. My eyes may have gotten better had he given me the correct prescription. Help, please. Thanks!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
Prevent the spread of the hepatitis C virus.
With COPD, it’s important to protect your lungs.
Unmanaged depression can take a toll on your physical health.
What, when and how much you eat affects your blood sugar.
Ease your way into these stretching and strengthening moves,