I’m glad to know there are people out there helping others with their eysight. My friend told me about The Eye Centre (http://www.theeyecentre.ca/AboutUs/eye-doctor/index.aspx) and it got me thinking about all the different optometrists that have helped me through out the years. I’m really grateful for their help. 9 months ago
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Nice. Now I’m off the hook for another 6 years. :) 20 months ago
I had my eye appointment this afternoon. Sad to say, my vision is at 20/300 without glasses (but the optometrist said my vision will be at 20/20 with glasses). Ugh! I’m glad I got my eyes checked, though, as it’s been three, maybe three-and-a-half years and my eyes have been hurting, not to mention I’ve had headaches with and without my old glasses (that I accidentally broke about two weeks ago). My new glasses are going to come in the mail as quickly as possible; I’m glad because then I can resume my life since being without glasses is a pain in the neck! I’m also glad that my MA covers by glasses, although I wish contacts are covered by insurance because then I’d get contacts to wear except when I’m driving, when I’d instead wear glasses. But in any case, my time was well spent. There really was nothing to be anxious about; I should’ve done it as soon as I had gotten my MA last year! Hopefully my MA covers yearly visits to the optometrist’s because I want to start going that often! 2 years ago
Apparently I have better than 20/20 vision! The pain that I get from the glare is due to having a larger than normal pupil. Thus, my eyes trap more light than the average person. But it’s nothing a good sunglasses can’t cure! That…and not starring at the computer screen for long periods.
2 years ago