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What will be the consequences if contact lenses are improperly used ?
How do you maintain contact lenses to avoid vision problems and eye irritation ?
Make sure you change them regulary, and use contact solution to stop them drying up.
Change them as directed, give your eyes several hours' break every day, don't sleep in them, don't rub your eyes, always handle them with very clean hands, store them in a case that's either changed or disinfected regularly, clean according to the instructions given by your eye doctor or that are on the bottle of cleaning or multi-purpose solution, and store in sterile solution that's changed every time they're used. The eyes can get infected very easily, so proper handling of contacts is crucial to maintain eye health. In addition, if your contact is dirty or damaged it must be removed immediately and either cleaned or thrown away...anything that scrapes your eye will damage your cornea.
by marlee13 years ago
if you have dry eyes, can you wear contact lenses?
by Nithya Venkat6 years ago
What are the advantages and disadvantages of wearing a contact lens?
by Elena5 years ago
Glasses or Contact lenses, which do you prefer to wear and why?
by Helen Murphy Howell6 years ago
Why do so many of us need glasses/contact lenses or whatever? Even although there are billions of humans on this planet, there is still a high proportion of us who need some form of correction for poor eyesight - from a...
by Jenn5 years ago
Do you wear color contact lenses?I am thinking about getting color contact lenses (I already wear regular contact lenses), and I would like to know about others' personal experiences with them.
by LeonJane7 years ago
Can you buy 3D contact lenses?
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