If you’ve ever slept in your contact lenses, worn them past the prescribed replacement schedule, or gone for a dip in the community pool without taking them out, rethink your habits. The time or money you may save is not worth the risk of infection.
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Contact lenses are prescription-strength “glasses” worn on the surface of the eye. Lenses are an option for most age groups and vision needs.
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There’s currently no evidence that wearing contacts puts someone at a greater risk of getting COVID-19, but good hand hygiene and proper contact use is especially important.
Styes in your eyes? Keep your eyes clean and resist the urge to rub, even during allergy season. This can go a long way toward avoiding these uncomfortable bumps.