1. Menstrual period is not suitable for wearing
This is because women's intraocular pressure is higher than usual during menstruation, and blood around the eyeball is more likely to be congested, especially for women with dysmenorrhea. Wearing contact lenses at this time will adversely affect the eye. In addition, women's immunity decreases during menstruation, the resistance of the eyes also decreases, and the secretion of tears decreases, which may cause bacterial metabolites to be deposited between the cornea and the contact lens, and there is a risk of bacterial corneal ulcers.
2. Do not wear it when your eyes are uncomfortable
When suffering from blepharitis, stye, trichiasis, dacryocystitis, insufficient tear secretion, dry eye, conjunctivitis, trachoma, keratitis, glaucoma, scleritis, iridocyclitis, etc., invisible Glasses.
3. Not everyone can wear it
Before wearing, you should go to the hospital for a detailed eye examination. After routine examination, medical optometry, corneal curvature radius determination, and corneal fluorescein staining should also be done.
Note: Contact lens immersion solution should be changed every two days