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Old 01-25-2017, 01:59 AM   #31
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I had to wear glasses when I was around three years old because I had eye surgery because I started having eye trouble and after my eye surgery the eye doctor recommended glasses to help me see and focus in school. I wore glasses until I was ten years old but now I no longer wear glasses now but my first pair of glasses were plain colored ones but then I got pink colored glasses and my mom still has my old pairs of glasses in her memory box
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Old 01-25-2017, 06:29 PM   #32
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I didn't have to wear glasses as a child but I have to wear them now to read. My son had to wear them when he was little to correct a lazy eye.
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Old 01-26-2017, 01:05 AM   #33
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I've worn glasses since I was 18 months, and got contacts in 3rd grade. I didn't start wearing my contacts regularly until 7th grade, though.

I want LASIX, but have been told that I'd still have to wear glasses/contacts anyway, cause it wouldn't totally correct my vision.
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Old 01-26-2017, 01:06 PM   #34
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Yup I wear glasses and I want the same as I had in the 80s... GLASS LENS!!!!!

Alot of times now they try to scare ppl off of them now as they are too cheap to order GLASS now (Thats the real reason) -- YOU CAN STILL GET IT,BUT THEY GIVE YOU ALOT OF FLACK!!
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Old 01-26-2017, 01:25 PM   #35
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Yup I wear glasses and I want the same as I had in the 80s... GLASS LENS!!!!!

Alot of times now they try to scare ppl off of them now as they are too cheap to order GLASS now (Thats the real reason) -- YOU CAN STILL GET IT,BUT THEY GIVE YOU ALOT OF FLACK!!

All the years I've worn glasses, plastic lenses have never even been brought up, I've never gotten flack over anything. Same with my wife when she gets hers.
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Old 01-29-2017, 07:59 PM   #36
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Your very lucky!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-29-2017, 09:52 PM   #37
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i wore them ever cents kindergarten!! but i don't have to wear them now!! i think right in ending of middle school during the beginning of high shcool i didn't need them any more!! i hadn't been to an eye doctor in years!! i probably should go!! i also see dots a lot!! especially if i stare at the tv computer or the sun gets in my eyes!! my eye doctor told me i wouldn't need glasses unless i started driving then i would have to wear them cause i can't see close up!!
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been waring them since nursery school
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Old 02-15-2017, 03:02 PM   #39
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When I was 9.
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i wore glasses ever cents pre school unitl the being of high shcool then the eye doctors said i wouldn't need them unless i started driving!! but now i went back to my eye doctor he said i had cataract in my eye he said thats unusually for my age but he said i could been born with it !! but i will have to wear glasses aging but just to see up close i started noticed when i looked at an menu far away that i couldn't see it!!
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I started wearing glasses in the 9th grade and it was one of the best things that ever happened to me. Before then I had headaches and sometimes when I closed my eyes I saw little clouds. When I was in school, I couldn't see the chalkboard and I had to copy other people's notes and try to get to class early to copy the board. I once walked up to a complete group of strangers thinking they were my friends! It was very stressful. I told my mother about not being able to see the chalkboard, but she thought I was faking. When she was a kid she wanted eyeglasses so she thought I just wanted them too.

I ended up getting glasses near the middle of the school year when the school did a vision screening in the nurse's office. I failed the test and the nurse gave me a paper for a free eye exam and glasses. Hallelujah! I didn't care how the glasses made me look, I was so happy to see and not be dependent on others.
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I did have glasses for three years as a kid, then I was alowed to drop them. But I had to get glasses again twenty years later, because I had become near-sighted.
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