Guest Xapis10 Posted September 24, 2012 Share Posted September 24, 2012 In my first question, I was skeptical about my prescription getting less strong, but I think I'm ok with that now. I got a second opinion (was able to get to an America's Best where I had free exams left), which confirmed a slight improvement, but not the big improvement that the first exam showed. So I went to order glasses online, and I noticed that for the prescription with the glasses I currently wear, there was slight astigmatism. With my new prescription, no astigmatism was listed. I felt like the exam had been rushed, and I assumed they were maybe lazy to deal with a slight astigmatism? So for my order, I put those astigmatism numbers in, and the resulting glasses make my vision pretty weird. Rats! Anyone understand how these things work? Did I used to have astigmatism and then it corrected? Or did a slightly different prescription strength cause a need for astigmatism correction, which my new prescription doesn't need? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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