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It is not unusual for you to have problems with a new glasses Rx, especially if it is a large change. The good news? This will normally resolve itself after three weeks or so of full time wear.
I would also suggest you go back to the optical shop and have them check the frames and fit just to make sure everything is correct.
If this doesn't work then you will should go back to the eye doctor for a recheck of your refraction.
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