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Old 01-16-2008, 09:51 PM
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I'm like Tradtech. I'd have to have specially made contacts and Lasik is not an option for me. I have a disease in both eyes called Keraticonus (sp?). My corneas "cone" out a bit making them thinner on the tops & bottoms (and lasik is all about thinning out your cornea). I also have bad Sunburst effects at night in lights like an astigmatism. It pretty much sucks but at least I can see pretty good with the goggles if I can keep them from fogging.
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Old 01-17-2008, 02:11 AM
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I'm Glad Its Not Just Me, Getting Older, And Yes I'm Over 40 And I Do Wear Glasses Now. I Have A Hard Time Looking Through Bridge Of The Glasses Also To Look At The Target.

I Have Contacts Also They Help Very Little!!!!!

Anybody Have Any Suggestions
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