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Thread: Why are my New Prescription Glasses so Fuzzy?

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    Pangburn glasses is offline Junior Member
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    Default Why are my New Prescription Glasses so Fuzzy?

    My eyesight is very good, and I wear progressives because I am a little bit farsighted. I went to an optometrist last week, and I did not go since 2009. another thing is that one of my lenses are scratch. Doctors told me I needed a new glasses for the next time (I needed a little stronger prescription). finally My lenses came in today and they were put into my frames. I have the same prescription of the two eyes, but the right is vague and left that very well. Is this normal? what I know is that sometimes when you get new glasses they're fuzzy ,so you need to wait a week to adjust. But, is it normal to have probs with only one eye?????

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    Palmerdale Glasses is offline Junior Member
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    Might be a bad lens, or wrong prescription. it always happens to me and what i've done is that I'd go back and have the lens checked.

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    Pansy glasses is offline Junior Member
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    Agreed whit you guys . something happened to me just like you guys in a few months ago. A transcription error happens when somebody typing my prescription into the computer and left me fuzzy in my left eye. I gave it three weeks before going back in - only to have them say "Oh you should have let us know right away!" They ordered a new one with no problem, but I thought it was just me having to get used to a new lens.

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