Home > Medical > Eye Health > FAQs FAQs All sections in Eye » About Eye » Contact Lenses » Eye Disorders » Eye Function » Eyestrain » FAQs » Health Tips » Infections » Laser Surgery » Living with Eye Problems » Multimedia » Eye News » Pain and Discomfort » Real-life Story » Squint (Strabismus) » Vision Problems » Growing Older Worn out cantact lenses? Typical signs that a lens is approaching the end of its life are hazy vision, discomfort, and lens discoloration and deposits. 20/20 Vision after laser surgery? The results are excellent and usually by the next day you will notice a remarkable improvement in your natural (or uncorrected) vision. Contact lenses and playing sport? If your sport involves vigorous exercise, soft contact lenses are an appropriate choice. Your eye care practitioner can determine the best type of lenses based on your sport. Healthy eyes on the digital world A journey through the human eye: how we see Contact lenses after laser surgery? Most patients do not require the contact lenses afterwards. Generally, if you were able to wear contact lenses prior to surgery, you will be able to wear them again after surgery. Lenses - if eyes are bothering me? It is not advisable to wear contact lenses if your eyes are bothering you, particularly if the discomfort is related to contact lens wear. Tablets for contact lenses? The need to use protein remover tablets depends on the amount of protein deposits your eyes produce and how often you replace your lenses. Is it OK to swim while wearing contact lenses? Only if you're wearing goggles with a firm seal. If you don't wear goggles, the contact lenses may float from your eyes and/or absorb the pool water. Contact lenses and presbyopia? Presbyopia as a vision condition in which the eye cannot focus on near objects. Reading glasses or bifocal glasses are often prescribed, but contact lenses can be prescribed also. Contact lenses in planes? The low humidity in aircraft cabins contributes to dry eye symptoms and contact lens discomfort. Surgery on both eyes the same day? Most people choose to have surgery on both eyes on the same day because the surgery is very safe. Also the inconvenience of having the surgery and recovering only occurs once. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.