Why would it feel like there is something in your eye when you do not have your contacts in but feel fine when they are in?
You may have tiny glands that are clogged on your eye's inner leadge causing them to touch the eye making it feel like there is something in there. When your contacts are in it is blocking that sensation. These clogged glands are not dangerous, but it is best to see a doctor and metion this to him. There is medicine to help. I have this problem as well good luck, it's more of a neusence then anything. This happened to me last year and I found out from another eye doctor that my doctor from home prescribed me the wrong base curve for my contacts, which resulted in my getting Keratitis aka an inflammation of the cornea. I didn't feel anything with my contacts in but it hurt to blink when I took them out - I guess the contacts acted as a buffer?? Anyways, the best thing to do is to NOT wear your contacts even though it may feel better with them in and call your doctor right away.
I wore colored contacts on top of my regular contacts for 4 days. So yes, you can. It might seem weird and uncomfortable at first but you get used to it. Although your eyes will get dry, teary and sting if you wear them on top of each other for more than 3-4 hrs. Try using eye drops if your eyes start to feel dry. Just remember to take both of them out once your…
I have a question Well one second Ill be fine but then the next I feel like theres a giant weight being pushed onto my body I can breathe fine but I feel like I can't move Is something wrong?
If you do not get the face wet or go underwater, contacts should be fine. If you do get splashed or dunked they are unlikely to be flushed out, but they can hold chemicals present in the pool water against the eye for a longer period than would normally happen if you were not wearing them. Then it would be advisable to take them out! If you wear goggles that would be best!
Ultimately, it depends on what contacts you use and what your optometrist recommends. For most people with soft contacts (hard contacts are now rarely used and offered up), swimming is fine. However, the user should not attempt to open his eyes under the water as the contacts would then easily slip beyond the eye and be forever lost. When in the water, close your eyes when coming into contact with the water (i.e. going underneath…
no not at all just like glasses but with like a 5% more health risk. As long as you follow the instructions and be patient when getting used to putting them in and out you wil be fine. THEY DO NOT HURT! no matter what people say. It might feel weird for the first month but it don't hurt. They really change your life. just like simple things like rain feels amazing with contacts!
Depends. If they're not aware that they've eating something they shouldn't, they'll probably be perfectly fine. Religions tend to be tolerant to that kind of accident. If they are told, they might get upset and feel ill knowing that they've done something wrong. If they are doing it on purpose they might feel a bit excited or scared.
Is there something wrong because you feel fine for 2 min then a big fever takes over you for 5 min and goes away and you feel fine again is there somenthing wrong with this?
Is rocking back and forth normal or does it signify that you have a psychological problem if it progresses into your adulthood?
If a woman would get a text messsage from someone to ask if she was single or not ..she wasnt...would that offend enough that she would avoid talking to you and when she does only few words are said?
It would depend on how the quetion is stated if you, you could say something like "hey just a random question but are you single?" and they would probly be fine with that but if some idiot said something like "yo are you still datin that one guy?" they might be a little mad and feel like your invading their privacy.
Yes.. well if you want to. If your eyes start to get itchy and tired give your eyes a break. You may need contacts to see while reading the newspaper but not really so much on the trail. I run with contacts in though, and I am fine. They are highly comfortable because I have very bad vision and with contacts I don't have glasses bouncing around my face. So the conclusion Yes and NO…