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maria calderin


12/05/2013

My daughter's prescription changed from 1.70 to 3.0 in less than two years. Should I be concerned?

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  • walkthru

    12/05/2013

    Don't worry. The change in your daughter's vision is common. I suggest your child to have eye examinations once a year. Their eyes are under development and can change more quickly than adults' eyes. So eye examination is especially important for them to prevent some potential eye disease from happening or notice any changes in their eyesight.
  • Vanessa george

    12/06/2013

    Well, This is common for most children. Their prescription may change following a growth spurt. Maybe they just spend too much time doing their homework, watching TV or playing computer games. I suggest you to remind your daughter to form a good habit of using eyes in daily lives and take care of her eyes. Besides, you may need to buy her a pair of new glasses immediately.
  • agilpro agilpro754@yahoo.com

    11/30/2014

    This is common in children and teens and their prescription can change several times a year if they are in a growth spurt, so I wouldn't be to concerned.
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