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The first thing I would do is go back to the person who dispensed the glasses to make sure they are to the correct specifications noted on the prescription form. They will also, at that time, recheck the fit of the frame, the pantoscopic tilt etc.
if that all checks out OK, I would wear them full time for at least 2 weeks. It may be that your brain just needs time to adjust to the new power in the glasses.
If that still doesn't work or you are just going nuts with the glasses I'd return to the doctor who prescribed the glasses, you know the person who kept on asking "which one is better, one or two? Three or four?" ;o)
on the off chance they screwed up (which I, of course, have never done....cough, cough :)
I would expect all these services to be provided at no cost and with a smile....
That's what I thought. I am just having a hard time walking around in them. I wanted to make sure that my symptoms weren't all in my head. I'll head back in tomorrow just to have them check everything out again.
I was driving myself crazy!
Nothing worse then a 25 year old crazy woman ;)
Glad I could help protect mankind from that tonight
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