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It won't likely do any harm and may in fact work if the prescriptions are very similar in both eyes. However if the prescriptions are very different it may cause symptoms described as asthenopia, which can include pain, blurring, brow ache, headache, or feelings of nausea.
Answered by: Gary Hirshfield, MD
Categories: Contact Lenses, Vision Correction
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Answered: Jun 26, 2014
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