I got my new pair of temporary prism glasses today. I'm absolutely thrilled. I can see!!!!! Its a bit weird though. Its like my brain can't quite compute things. I get a bit nauseous wearing them especially when Im moving. Im hoping its just a matter of my brain getting used to the signal change. I now have depth perception. I dont have to feel for a step or study it before stepping down. I havnt used them in the dark yet...that will definitely be the test. They look a bit weird...they have all these vertical lines on the lense. I guess thats what bends the light and forces your eye muscles to stay put. This has definitely changed my world for the better. Im very happy with them
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