When giving me an eye test, He advised that 20/20 obtained, but still have blurred vision, even when corrected during the test.
So when you were in the refracting machine and you reached 20/20 your vision was still blurry? Or is this something you can discern after having gotten some prescription glasses?
in the refracting machine and you reached 20/20 vision was still blurry
The view in those machines, despite being able to discern the letters on the 20/20 line, is quite distorted, so I wouldn't use that as the final judge of what your vision will be like with the correct glasses on. Those lenses are small and not designed for use in the real world so it's difficult to use that as a judge. I would recommend getting the glasses as this is likely going to clear this up.
the blurring is like something smeared evenly over my entire vision on this eye. After several months, still there, doesnt seem to be getting better or worse.
Yes, that is precisely what an unmet or uncorrected refractive error looks like.
The fact that it does not change is very indicative of just the need for glasses in front of that eye.
Does this make sense?
maybe, thank you.
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