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 I will be having eye surgey soon and am thinking of asking the doctor to change the color of that eye.....?
So heres my question...They are hazel right now...what color would look best with hazel...you know for the other eye...I don't want the two to clash.....!...


 Do I have a right to be pissed off about this?
I had a 6pm appointment with the eye doc today. I was in the waiting room with another guy who was a walk-in WITHOUT an appointment. Apparently he was waiting for 2 hours since the doc had a lot of ...


 Will i have to get glasses! help please!!!!!!?
so i went to the doctors the other day for my yearly check up. my eyesight was 20/30 in one eye and 20/40 in the other. or 20/40 in both. something like that. anyway, will i need to get glasses. or ...


 How can I change my eye color?
I have brown eyes, I want blue eyes. I don't wanna use contacts, and could surgry help or be painful?...


 Eye color?
what is the color of this eye?
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what do you people mean by lighting?...


 What causes the eye pupils to expand and contract?
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 My eyes won't stop burning...?
I was making fry bread like a half hour ago and the house got kinda smoky and now my eyes won't stop burning. There's no more smoke in the house, and I already put eye drops in my eyes to ...


 Whats wrong with my eyes?
I went swimming in a pool, without goggles. I opened my eyes under water alot. Then I went into the dark dressing room, and when I can out, everything light had a odd fuzzyish haze around it. This ...


 Do you wear glasses?
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 Is it possible that bad eyesight (like shortsightedness) can be inherited?
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 What are the consiquences of leaving one day contacts in for two weeks?
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 Can a baby get blue eyes if the parent wears blue contacts?
im jus ...


 A man is 35 and a woman is 23, is that bad difference?
My bf is 35 and I'm 23, what do you think about that?...


 How come people have glasses?
A lot of people have glasses, how did they have eye problem, where did they get it from?? I want to prevent from getting glasses! argh!...


 My brother got hit in the eye and he has blurred vision and his eye is red is he in trouble?
hit dirrectily in eye playing on the trampoline he has somewhat blurred vision and his eye is really red and he is in pain of "8" on a scale of 1-10...


 Contacts or Glasses?
Ive got an app on monday to be fitted with a pair of contact lenses. I was just wondering if any one has contacts and what do you think of them? is it a good idea to at least try them. I currently ...


 How Can you In prove your eye vision?
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 What age were you when you got contacts...?
(For vision ofcourse)
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 Do you need to have bad eyes to get colored contacts?
i have always wanted hazel eyes but my eyes are perfect.. haha.. do they make non-perscription ones?...


 What Colored Contacts do you suggest?
Hey guys I need your help; I want to change the color of my eyes but I don't know which will work best on my eyes. I get compliments on my eyes all the time but I want to change them out of ...



Dee H
Do soft lense contacts hurt the first time you put them on?
They are grey
Soft lense
and i wore them for the first time and it HURT!!
is that normal?
                     





Alanus Aflakyan
Take it from a guy that's been wearing them for almost a decade: Yes; it is normal. Contacts (even soft lenses) always take some getting used to (not to mention a lot of contact solution).

I mean, you are putting a foreign substance into your eyes... It's gonna hurt no matter what it is. ;-)

Just give it some time and practice. Pretty soon it will feeling like you aren't wearing them at all.


sjohns2005
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No. Your eyes may of just been irritated. Or you could of ripped them which will cause pain (more or less burning) in your eye.


Rhea113
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Not usually. Maybe they were inside out. make sure that they are right side in.

Also, it should feel like a little grain of something on my bottom lid. But it isn't supposed to hurt. Also, maybe you had a hair on them. Or maybe you accidentally tore the contact while preparing it for insertion.

I would try with a brand new pair. Make sure that they aren't inside out.

Good luck to you!


Undertaker
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It might be the contact lense solution/cleaner that you used. Try using a different brand and if they still bug you, then ask your doctor about it.


yoyo
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Yes..they are going to be alittle uncomfortable until your eyes get used to them.. they shouldnt cause real pain to the point that you cant wear them..if they do go back to the eye doc and see if they were sized right.


Drew
hurt, itch and annoy but you get used to them if keep wearing them. but they don't hurt too much are you putting them on properly?


That one scene chic
No it might hurt for the first 10 minutes.
But other than that it isnt normal
Take it out & rinse it with your soluion NOT WATER!!
And make sure the contact isnt inside out


Shazzie
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no i don't think so my sister wears contacts and she says it doesn't hurt.


ChiGirly
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yup they do!!


kmart
i had that same problem, it was a trial pair and i think its a tear.


Nick
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I have had contacts for about 2 years now and they never hurt unless I get something in them or they rip.
and there is no certain side of a soft contact lens to put in first(atleast not with mine) if so, contacts would be a pain in the rear to put in everyday!!
just make sure they are clean, moist and not ripped and you will be fine..


Olivia D
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Contact lenses only hurt if you don't put them in properly. So if you put it in right it shouldn't hurt.


I'm Right, You're Wrong
Did you take them out of the box? :P


Baby Gyrl
No i dont think so


*Rissoles*
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They hurt me the first time but only because i was doing it wrong, so i think you may be also.

Head to your optometrist and ask them to show you how to put them in properly. Mine didnt show me at first and i had to go back for a demonstration because i just couldnt do it!

it does take a while to get used to. but just make sure they are not inside out. and also if you have markings on your lenses, like mine has "abc" make sure they are facing the right way. always have clean hands and rinse them thoroughly with saline.


sheilakel
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Maybe a little uncomfortable but shouldn't hurt. Call your Doctor you might have the wrong kind or size.


z.baker82
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Yes it is normal because your eyes aren't use to them yet.


azroadrunner05
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Sometimes you get little air bubbles under them that will hurt if you don't put them in right. If they hurt take them out and then put them back in. Eventually you will get the hang of it.


Shelley
no it's not
you shouldn't even be able to feel them
if they hurt it's because they're not the right size and shape for your eyes or because you have something stuck behind them or hadn't washed your hands properly before putting them in so could have put chemicals into your eyes that got stuck behind the lenses


guy2008
i think they might till u get use to them


Amemememe
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I had that happen once. I was wearing the trial pair that the Dr. gave me. From the second I put the right contact in, it irritated my eye. I just figured that I needed to get use to them but it never helped. It wasn't until I took it out later that I noticed a small tear in it. The tear was so tiny that unless you studied the contact it would have never been noticed. Don't know if that's what you're dealing with but it never hurts to check.


butterfliesRfree
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If they are upside down they will cause pain -- make sure you didn't flip them backwards. If you are SURE they are in right, use some Moisturizing drops.....they should not be "painful" though.


Flavor Flav!!
Yes. I got contacts on the 27th of Dec. and when I tried to put them in I felt them. Two weeks later I can hardly feel them But if they hurt for a while then take them out and make sure that they are not inside out. Also I would make sure if they are ripped,stretched,dirty, or there is something your eye. Make sure they are clean before you insert them into your eye. Best Of luck!


<3
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yes! they will hurt the first few times it will also take a while to put them in the first few times, after a while you wont be able to tell you are wearing them


PlatanoChick
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No they don't. You don't even feel them. The reason why they hurt is because they are in wrong. Take it out and "flip it" the other way. Look at the save of the lens...if the len's corners are pointing out then it's gonna hurt when you put it in. If the len's corners are in and it looks like a bowl...then it's right. ALSO! If you place it in fron of the light and look at it closely, it might have numbers or letters...see that they are correctly in order or in the right writing format ABC of 123...not backwards.

HOpe it helps.


BobS
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I wear contacts, and the first day I wore them, they were uncomfortable. After about a week or so, you will get used to them. Just be sure to take them out every night and clean them.
Also, make sure you are putting them in the correct eye and the correct way. Drops for your eyes can help for temporary relief.


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