no but now that I'm getting older I've noticed things have been a little more blurry so I think I might need to get my vision checked out. but I probably wont do that.
Yeah, I'm very nearsighted and have been wearing glasses since I was a small child, it feels like I've been wearing them my entire life. Maybe I should have listened to my grandma when she told me not to sit too close to the television when playing the Nintendo.
20/20 vision gang
Visually impaired enough that I need glasses to drive, but I'm mostly fine without them on my computer
New glasses are coming soon. I really shouldn't just deal with having spots and scratches in eyes all the time like this; it makes me avoid reading.
Born blind in my right eye, had a cataract in my left eye by age 25 and was all but blind in it by the time I had surgery for it at age 30. You could say so.
didn't work try again
I've never seen someone who looks better with glasses off.
for the people that don't need to wear glasses looking at screens, how old are you guys? i'm still in my 20's but fear that once i get to the 30s my sights finally going to fail me
i wear glasses that are two prescriptions old because i kept getting drunk and passing out and sleeping on my glasses which broke them
Yeah I'm as visually impaired as everyone else is, Not blind yet though. Also got a squint which I really hate.
Cataracts are such a young age is pretty unusual, isn't it? Did you happen to work around a lot of intense light sources, like welding? I'm guessing probably not and that it's just genetic or something?
I doubt it's entirely genetic because my grandma didn't need cataract surgery until her 50s and my mom still hasn't had her vision go bad. I'd guess it's a combination of staring at computer screens constantly from age 6 and extreme myopia due to rapidly advancing astigmatism
Huh, I wouldn't think computer screens would cause cataracts. It's probably an old wive's tale, but I've always heard that cataracts are caused by staying outside too long and from staring at the sun or really bright things in general. I suppose a computer screen might qualify then, but in my own experience I find that going outside, the light from the sun is often too
intense and hurts a bit if I don't wear my (sun)glasses.
it's too late, anon; I already failed the test :(