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RE: Thanks for the books!!! NOW glasses

I was the guinea pig for the continuous wear contact lenses and had them
long before they were ever released to the public. Developed a reaction
to the preservative in the solutions and had to use salt tablets and
make my own as needed. ( Boy, am I dating myself). Once the salt tablets
were taken off the market, I switched back to glasses. Those who have bi
or tri-focals need to try what they now call progressive lenses. Had
them for the last 4 (?) years.... they are god sent... also might want
to add the computer tinting (blueish).... I am in front of a computer
screen for at least 15 hours a day and it does make a difference.

And no, I do not work for any type of eye wear company... just my
experiences and an eye doctor who keeps up with what is new.


> I also wear bifocals all the time.  I don't mind them unless the cats
> knock
> them off the night table while I'm sleeping.  Feeling around on the
> and
> under the bed, while on my hands and knees, is not my idea of fun!
> zem

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