What do you do when soap go in your eye contacts?
Take your contacts out right away! Then flush your eye with water.
Go to the eye doctor. He will give you contacts or glasses.
Yes, but you need to go to a doctor and ask if you have bad eye sight.
I wear my contacts when I go tanning. Since you have the eye protector goggles, it should be no problem.
YoU can't by your self you need to go to the eye doctor and probably contacts or glasses can help you
Can you get contacts without going to the eye doctor first i tried to go to the eye doctor and get contacts but i couldn't get them in can i get some in my prescription to practice with thanks?
If you have a current prescription within 1 year old, you can order contacts online without going to the eye doctor. Once your prescription is over 1 year old, you will have to have another eye exam.
I don't think contacts can damage your eyes, but if you work with chemicals and the chemicals get into your eye, it will go underneath your contact, and that can cause damage if you don't take out the contacts when you rinse out you eyes.
well you are gong to have to go to the eye doctor and try to get them out but i think it is impossable for you have to have problems taking your contacts. and you can get eye drops and get them out
It is most likely because the contacts are not right for you. You should go to a glasses/contacts store, because they usually have eye testing equipment, and tell them that you need contacts. You should be able to go through eye testing to see which is clearest to you, and they should tell you which ones you should get. However, different brands are different for everyone's eyes, since everyone is different. The contacts might also… Read More
In fact yes.., Because after exposing your eyes to contacts for 2-6mos.The cornea should be re-evaluated as well as the quality of tears, But some of the patients go directly to buy contacts without prescription.. As an eye doctor I'll recommend to go for an eye examination first before buying any contacts and let the liscensed optometrist / ophthalmologist decide on which specifications or brands will fit in your eyes.
if you hit someone in the eye with a bar of soap which explodes instantaneously, then they person you hit, might go blind
You can get contacts that will make your eyes look a different color.
NO YOU SHOULD NOT! Allow your eye and eyelid to heal before reintroducing your contacts.
yes there are certain contacts that changes eye color, but it is not possible to change your eye color without contacts.
Many types of lubricant eye drops are safe and effective to use, even while wearing contacts. Bausch and Lomb ReNu brand eye drops and Systane Contacts are two lubricant eye drop products that are safe to use while wearing contacts (which will not harm your contacts and will help your eyes).
If you are talking about eye color change contacts then there OK when you like it but eye contacts like to see better are OK too aslong as you feel comfortable.
I want to change my eye colourfrom hazel to green an i ca't buy contacts so are there anyother ways to change them?
I'm pretty sure contacts are the only way to go.
no you can not
contacts only go over the colored part of you eye, around were ur pupil is. asians dnt have the part covered up. so they can were contacts
Stop wearing the contacts immediately and go back to the optician for a check up. If the redness does not improve quickly when you stop the contacts you may also need to go and see your doctor for treatment.
i dont wear contacts, so i am not 100% sure. but if it causes any pain, then i would go and visit ur optitian now.
To put contacts in put on your left eye lid and stick it in there!
Well, I get eye drops that are specifically for when you are wearing contacts, you should be able to find some in your local pharmacy.
It really depends in which eye clinic you go on like some are expensive some are cheap
If you're new to wearing contacts your eyes may burn when you take the contacts out. Increased oxygen to your eye can create the burning or stinging sensation. As your wear contacts more regularly your eyes will adapt; if they do not become used to the contacts and your eyes still burn after a week or two, go and see your optometrist or ophthalmologist.
a burning sensation when you first put your contacts in maybe from them being dry, or the salt from the skin on your finger. Also make sure you wash your hands well before you handle the lenses, you may have soap or lotion still on your hand which is an eye irritant. If it is a continuous burn remove the contact, and seek professional help.
You can't go into combat if you wear glasses or contacts. You need to have 20/20 vision, and glasses and contacts, if lost or fallen and broken, would just hinder you in combat. You would need to have corrective laser eye surgery if you were to go into combat.
chicken juice in the eye
If you are talking about soft contact lenses, and the lens is completely hydrated...like it just fell out of your eye and you want to put it back in, AND you cannot possibly get to your supplies or stop anywhere and get new supplies BUT you still need to drive with contacts...then I would say...go ahead and put it in your eye and then head to the nearest place to sterilize your contact and use… Read More
One can buy colored contacts from your optometrist. But if they have bad eye sight, they might have to wear classes with the contacts. The colored contacts can have a prescription, but the prescriptions are pretty weak because the contacts are not the best for eyes, and should not be worn all of the time.
Why after wearing your contacts for the first week you notice that the things you used to see without contacts are not as sharp anymore?
Possibly dry eyes or the wrong prescription. You should go back to the eye doctor and have him re-check you.
Yes you can wear liquid eyeliner with contacts Just beware of getting it in your eye when applying and avoid rubbing your eye. it is up to you
you should probably keep them in for about a day or two
No. There are many places that sell cosmetic (i.e. non-prescription) contacts.
If there is not enough of fluid in the eye , it causes irritation.
yes but ask your eye doctor if you are talking about children Pretty much anyone has the ability to wear contacts. Though, certain eye conditions may prevent people from being able to wear contacts.
You can wear contacts at an early age. Parents used to remind you that you have to be a teenager, but the eye can tolerate contacts at an early age.
if you wear them in the shower, the chemicals in the soap you use will make the contacts start to move to the back of your eyes and will be a little painful...and its disturbing
no, they are contacts
Yes with contacts
go to your eye doctor as soon as possible and request a temporary pair of glasses or get a generic pair, like in cvs or any pharmacy.
wash it out!
no Unless you are getting colored contacts. If not, then you will need a prescription to get contacts. Most eye doctors want you to have both just in case your eyes get "tired' of wearing contacts.
Some people who have eye surgery for other reasons do find that their iris color changes., but it would be frankly insane to risk your sight on a cosmetic procedure.
If your eye is dry and you don't do it right otherwise don't worry about it.;)
They do not like contacts because they have to toUch your eye ball.
Yes, because the contact dries out and will stick to your eye.
Of course not! The contact will make your eye even worse, just use your everyday glasses I'm sure you'll be fine. Or you can visit a local pharmacist to see if they have any lotion or eye drops to cure your 'pink eye then when it has gone you can then wear eye contacts.
Only laser eye surgery can give permanent results. If you'd like to stay with contacts, however, ask your eye doctor about the 30 day variety.
Yes. Eye color can change. To blue. WITH CONTACTS! JK. Yes. They can. Yes. Eye color can change. To blue. WITH CONTACTS! JK. Yes. They can.
Cohens sells color contacts or you can buy online. There are also permanent contacts that can change eye color. One is called brightocular.