Re: Poor Vision
aliii305, hello from Pompano...I had the same problem about 3 years ago...right before I hit my menopause day...I drove them nuts at eye dr. I had a new exam because my old glasses didn't seem right...they said my eyes had changed slightly...so they gave me new regular and sunglasses...tried wearing them for a few weeks and they made me dizzy..went back a couple times, finally went back to the old prescription on both pairs...still couldn't wear the tinted ones..they told me that there was nothing else they could do, the tint is slightly different color than I originally had so maybe thats it. I kept the tinted ones in my truck in case I ever forgot my clear glasses at least I would have a pair.
Everytime I tried them they made me dizzy. Finally my husband was going in to donate his glasses (he had the corrective surgury) and he asked the girl about mine..the girl said bring them in, I know what it is. She took them in the back and said come back in half hour...we did and they were fixed! Turns out she said it was the curvature of the lens, she said some people are overly sensitive to that curve...she had them make the lenses flatter. NOW, I can finally wear them...
OH< and my sister in law wore glasses her whole life and then after her 3rd child was born her glasses were making her dizzy and she went in for a check and her eyes had gone back to 20/20...she never needed distance glasses again.
Inside every older person is a younger person wondering, "What the heck happened?"
Last edited by MmeLeota; 10-17-2007 at 03:37 AM.