I will do my best to give you an answer although you are offline.
It sounds to me tbat you are wearing the acuvue brand of contacts and wnt to switch to freshlook.
I do not have the exact measurements that your doctor based his decision on to prescribe the acuvue brand
However,it would be best for you to perhaps have your eye doctor give you a trial pair of the freshlook brand so you can try them out for comfort.I do not beleive it should be too much of a difference but you need to have your eye doctor fit them on you,have you do a trial period and and write a prescription for for before you can order them. the freshlook brand
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Yes, I am currently using Acuvue 2 for my right eye.From my understanding of BC, the difference between 8.6 and 8.7 is not usually a very big deal.
Is the difference between 14.50 and 14.00 very large? If you were fitting someone, is that something that you would try to fit them with?
Because you are going from a smaller diameter /flatter base curve to a larger diameter/steeper base curve the fit would be similar.
So I would have the patient try the lens on,and since theoretically it should fit
I would evaluate the lens on the eye and check the movement of the lens.
As long as it look as if it centered well and moved well and there was no issue with the lens being felt along the lid margins then I would have the patient do a trial period followed up by writing a prescription
Does this makes sense.