It’s been nine days since I brought home my new glasses with the cute Nine West half-rim frames in Blue Violet and the frightfully expensive progressive lenses. And for nine days I’ve been contending with nausea so pervasive that I began to wonder if I might be pregnant.
They seem to work pretty well for me when all I need to do is look up and down (knitting while watching TV for instance), but not so well when I have to look from side to side (virtually everything else). The vertigo and headaches of the past week may just be due to my already damaged eustachian tube, but the glasses seem to have exacerbated them.
It may be that it is time to release the dream of one pair of glasses.
I’m pretty sure these things didn’t come with a money-back guarantee.
Is there anyone out there who can share a happy story about reacting badly to progressive lenses than magically adjusting to them?
My checkbook and I would welcome hearing them.
And, no, I’m not pregnant. That would really be a mid-life crisis.