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It is possible that your contacts have too much minus power in them or that you are having difficulty with accommodative spasm. It would be very unlikely that an otherwise healthy young man such as yourself would need trifocals
(glasses for both near and intermediate/computer reading distance).
The best way to get to the root of this problem is with an extensive refraction
. This is done by first doing a "dry" refraction (no drops). Once this data is in hand then you return to the doctor for a "wet" refraction (with drops). The Rx from the two refractions are compared and, then if needed, a third refraction is done to see if you can tolerate more "plus" power in your glasses.
Sounds like a lot of work but it is the best way to see if this is the cause of your difficulties.
Does this make sense to you?
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