Do you need
corrective lenses in order to see? Are you wondering whether
switching to contact lenses might be right for you? Although you
should discuss your decision with your optometrist, it's a good
idea to get facts before going to see your eye doctor. This will
allow you to ask better, more targeted, questions during your
appointment. Here are the answers to some questions you might have
about wearing contact lenses:Is it okay to go swimming with contact
lenses? If you go swimming with contact lenses, you need to wear
goggles and disinfect the lenses as soon as you're done swimming.
Even though pool water is chlorinated, there can still be bacteria
in the water. This bacteria can stick to the lenses and cause
painful eye infections. Consider asking your optometrist for
prescription swim goggles for pool use and wearing contact lenses
at other times.
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A concerned friend or relative may have tried to "helpfully" warn you about the potential "dangers" of contact lenses by telling you that they know someone who knew someone who had a contact lens get stuck behind their eye. Fortunately, this is completely impossible. Your eye muscles make a seal around your eye, preventing contact lenses from going anywhere but the front of your eye. Your contact lens can get stuck to your upper eyelid and seem to disappear, but it's actually still safely in front of your eye. If you're unable to locate it at all, the lens most likely popped out and fell on the floor without your noticing it doing
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