Negative disadvantages of using contact lenses and side effects of eye lenses for the cornea (part1)
Using medical lenses for the first time is like an amazing upgrade in the eye that you no longer need glasses. You can see the world clearly through the lenses and there is no longer an obstacle called glasses on your face.
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The lenses are easy to put on the eye and you will be able to do many things that you could not easily do with glasses. In addition to all the advantages that medical contact lenses have, you should also be aware of their side effects and risks. We will refer to them in this article.
Risks and harms of using medical contact lenses for the eyes
1- Blockage of oxygen supply in the eyes:
Because contact lenses are placed directly on the attention and canopy of the whole cornea, the number of oxygen that reaches your eyes are going to be reduced. Providing good oxygen is important to keeping your eyes healthy. Choose soft or silicone lenses, as they send more oxygen.
2- Dry eyes:
Contact lenses reduce the number of tears in the cornea and absorb most of our tears to keep them soft. This lack of tears causes dry eye syndrome, which leads to burning, irritability, and redness of the eyes. If the eyes become too dry, the cornea becomes sore, which can be very painful.
3- When irritated with medications, especially contraceptives, becomes irritable:
Concomitant use of birth control pills and contact lenses together can lead to eye irritation and chronic irritation. You will experience changes in the tear, which mainly consists of three main layers that are formed to protect, wash and nourish the surface of the eye. Avoid using contact lenses while taking the pill.