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Ophthalmology & Optometry/Safe to wear contacts with episcleritis?


walle wrote at 2013-07-25 18:47:51
I have Episcleritis that my optometrist missed even when I insisted there is something wrong with my eye. Went to the Ophthalmologist and he knew right away what the problem is.

My days with Optometrists are OVER. 52 yr old female, Seattle.

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