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    Why is my vision still fuzzy?

    Okay, so I'm nearly 16. I've been wearing Johnson & Johnson 1-Day Acuvue disposable contact lenses for about 5days per week for around 6weeks.
    I had my eyes tested about the same amount of time ago. My prescription is -1.50 in both eyes. Usually when my contacts are in everything is perfect, but over the past couple of days things in the distance have still been fuzzy, like car number plates.

    Is there a reason for this to do with the way I've been wearing them or something, or is it more serious? What should I do? And has this ever happened to you?

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    I`d just get some new ones if i were you. contacts can get a build up of protein on them, there's solutions you can buy to dissolve it but if you contacts are cheep enough then why bother. by the way NEVER sleep in your contacts it can cause eye infections and all sorts.


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