I would bring your regular glasses and sun glasses.AnswerNo, but you won't be able to see for a while, anyway. AnswerI just got back from an eye exam. The optometrist told me to wear my contacts, but throw them away when I take them out for the night, and put on a new pair in the morning. He said sometimes the drops could contaminate the lenses and re-dilate my eyes in the morning.
I'm nearsighted, not sure if it's different for people that are farsighted.
It is rare that someone would throw up after having their pupils dilated during an eye exam. Side effects may include eye irritation.
Horner's is a malfunctioning of the sympathetic innervation to the pupil. Depending on what drug is used to dilate the pupil, and where the malfunction is, it could do.
It opens up your pupel so the doctor can see further into your eyes.
It depends on what was used to dilate the pupils. An eye doctor often adds drops to neutralize the effects after an exam. I usually rinse my eyes with cool water soon after an exam, which seems to help. It takes several hours for the pupils to go back to normal, though.
The diagnostic exam should include measurement of visual acuity under both low and high illumination, biomicroscopy with pupillary dilation, stereoscopic fundus examination with pupillary dilation.
The pupil is an opening in the iris. The iris is the aperture stop. The term for the exam is an ophthalmoscopic examination.
In the exam - I couldn't answer many questions in the exam. During the exam - During the exam I fell asleep. Probably not on the exam.
You need a contacts lens eye exam.
It depends on the prescription and dermatoligist
I believe the exam is the same, but with the contact lens exam the optometrist checks and measures your eyes for the proper fitting of contacts.
you can go get an eye exam for cheap at walmart or costco. just drive to your local costco or walmart and get the exam for as low as $89.
According to known to me the basic charge that may take is $75 for an eye exam too.