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Thread: should I go back to the optometrist?

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    Leighton Glasses is offline Junior Member
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    Hello, I received my new glassestoday and whilst I am very happy with the glasses and the quality. Unfortunately something is wrong with the lenses. This is the first pair of glasses I have purchased so I am not sure about any of it. I have checked the prescription to see if the measurements given were wrong and everything seems perfect. The problem is that my vison is not right, I cant read small text very well and if I look at a laptop, piece of paper or tv the perspective is all wrong. Much larger in the left eye and squished in the right. If you have any ideas please let me know. Could this be an error with the lenses or should I go back to the optometrist?? With thanks

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    Palmer glasses is offline Junior Member
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    there may be something with your prescription. First, you should check the lens’ prescription that Whether the lens is made by your prescription. If the lens’ prescription is right, maybe your eye’s prescription is not right. You should back to the optometrist to check again to ensure your prescription.

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