What to do if you notice your vision worsening.
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Going for an Eye Test Lisa: I can see the stop sign, but like that sign, that street sign -- I can’t really see that well. Hi, how are you? Dr. Ryan Stybel: Great good to see you. Lisa: You too. Dr. Ryan Stybel: So Lisa, when did you notice there was something going on with your vision? Lisa: Well, I kind of see great, but a couple of years go, it started and I really cannot see very well. Dr. Ryan Stybel: Far away or close? Lisa: Mostly for reading, maybe with a little book now. Dr. Ryan Stybel: I’m going to check your vision up first and what I’ll do is I’ll find your prescription. I’ll make sure the eyes are healthy from front to back. And we’re going to talk about after it. Try to read the second from the top line. Lisa: L, H, N, I don’t -- I really can’t see. Dr. Ryan Stybel: So you did have a pretty strong prescription. What I think would be a very good option for you is what I called mono- vision context. We correct one eye for far away, and the other eye for up-close. Would you ever think about using contacts in the future? Lisa: I don’t know. Putting something in your eye and -- I don’t know.

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