have you exprienced this eye problem ?

@cuttyrish (2662)
United States
April 18, 2011 11:08am CST
I have noticed that while watching tv, that i need to be closer to the tv so see the colors more fully, and the if i am too far away, i cannot see clearly the faces of the people i am watching in the tv.. and when i am outside, i cannot see a persons face when he is far away, it's not clear, but as they come closer, my vision becomes clearer. i went to an opthalmologist, she told me that i am near sighted. and i got an eyeglass, when i wear my eyeglass it becomes clearer.. what did you do to correct your eye problem?
4 responses
• Philippines
22 Apr 11
Yes, I don't have 20/20 vision as well. How I wish that I would have a good eyesight. I had my eyes consulted by an Opthalmologist and I found out that my eye-grade is 50. I ask my doctor if there's a way to correct my eye problem; unfortunately, there's no way that I can have a 20/20 vision again. If I want to have a clearer vision, I have to wear glasses or contact lens.
@la_chique (1499)
18 Apr 11
Near or short sightedness is a common complaint. its treated by glasses because the lens in the frame is slightly curved to correct the abnormal curve of your eye. Your eye changes shape as you get older and usually stops at about 27-28 and then begins to deteriorate again as you get into old age. You could also try contact lenses if your optician says it is ok.
@moirai (1384)
• Philippines
18 Apr 11
We are the same. I am near sighted or myopic. And I am wearing glasses with a grade of about 500 for each eye. Myopia is an error of refraction, where light that enters the eye is focused in front of the retina instead of on the retina where it should be. And this is corrected using concave lenses.
• United States
18 Apr 11
No, I don't have this problem. I can see the television just fine... BUT I have noticed that I always like the volume of the tv or radio very loud. People tell me I have them turned up too loud, but I'm not very old, only 25 years old. Maybe I have slightly bad hearing?