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      I’ve had poor vision for ever, but since I have worn extended
      wear contacts for years, it never seemed like my vision was that bad.

      I can still (barely) wear my contacts to take care of most of my normal
      vision problems, but add glasses over them with prisms to take care
      of the double vision – it’s that or walk around with one eye closed.

      Unless your double vision problem is tons worse than mine, I think
      you can correct it this way. The prisms are just ground into a lens
      (my optometrist did it for me) and believe me, it makes a huge difference.
      I hate that I have to wear glasses again for the first time in about
      20 years, but there isn’t much I do like about what GD does. I’m
      just hoping to come out the other side some day in better shape than
      I am now.

      Best of luck to you.

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        My eye doctor had prisms groung into my gas permeable contact lenses. It corrects my double vision.She hadn’t heard of it being done before, but was willing to try. Is this a possibility for you? Susan Carr

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