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This time last year I was sick and tired of fumbling with my glasses when using the viewfinder on my camera so I thought I'd try and get contact lenses.
I have an astigmatism, so I have to have toric lenses.
I went through literally a dozen different brands/types of disposable torics. All of them, except one, moved around my eye so much that they were uncomfortable, felt like they were going to fall out, and some of them even cause double vision because they would slide far enough that I would be looking through the edges.
I don't remember all the ones I tried, the most popular ones for sure, but the only ones that FIT well were Frequency 55.
So we went with those. The problem was, they made my eyes feel dry all the time. I was carrying around eye drops and using them every 2 hours or so. So after a few months, I gave up on them.
So, I seem to be left with 2 options. Contacts that don't fit but don't dry my eyes out, or contacts that fit but make my eyes feel dry.
Are there any other options?
I'm heading back to the eye doctor for the yearly in a couple weeks, and would like to try again on the contacts, but I don't know if it's even feasible.
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