hi i just got my first free trial of contact lenses today, it is the aqua daily comfort plus by ciba vision, i only wore it for 3 hours maximum, i still haven't get the habg of taking it out, so after i finally did it, my left eye was really red but the right eye was fine since it only took me one shot to took it out of this eye. then i took a nap, after i woke up, both my eyes were so red and my left eye kinda hurts. and i have a lot of deposite from both eyes. what is my problem? is this normal for a first time contacts user???? Btw, now my left eye start to be a little ithcy and both eyes are still red..
Could be normal. You need to limit your contact lens wear time initially. Also, never sleep in a contact lens no matter what you are told...its not safe unless under the direct supervision of a trained doctor. With your contact out, you should be able to see well with your updated glasses? correct? If you are losing vision then you need to seek care immediately.b
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