Contact lens allergies can be a debilitating problem for some people.
Many of us have been told we should avoid contact lenses because they can cause eye infections.
But what about the many people who can’t get rid of the allergy and still develop the condition?
That’s where we come in.
Our research group at the University of Oxford has created a questionnaire to help us better understand how contact lens allergy affects people who aren’t as likely to have other serious eye problems.
We call it the Contact Lens App.
We’ve collected thousands of responses from people across the world, and the answers have been distilled down into a questionnaire that you can fill out at any time.
We hope you find the answers helpful.
We’ll keep the results under wraps for now.
What is the Contact Lenses App?
Contact lenses are used to treat many types of allergies, including the common cold, allergies to peanuts, tree nuts and wheat.
However, contact lens allergies have never been as common as they are now, and some people are at greater risk for developing them.
How does the Contact Viewer app work?
The contact lens app lets you choose a lens, choose to take a test and then click a button.
The app then sends a text message to your phone asking for the number and contact information of the person to talk to.
If the person who requested the test is you, the app will also ask for the date and time of your test and your phone number.
You’ll be asked to take the test and answer some questions about your health, including whether you have a history of eye infections and whether you are allergic to a certain type of contact lens.
If you’re already allergic to contact lenses or have allergies to a variety of other ingredients in contact lenses then you can click on “No” and skip the test.
If you have allergies that might be more severe, you can choose to be tested for them.
You can find out more about allergy testing at www.nhs.uk/contact.
If someone says yes to your test, the contact lens company can send a letter or a phone call to tell you why they believe you’re allergic.
This can include testing your eyes for allergies or your skin for possible allergic reactions, if you have them.
What are the risks of getting a contact lens allergic reaction?
It’s important to understand that the only way to protect yourself is to be careful.
If your eyes are still sensitive after the test, there’s a good chance your symptoms will recur.
It’s also important to be cautious if you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms: bloating, difficulty breathing, nausea, or wheezing, or if you feel dizzy, tired, or dizzy-like.
A person can also develop an allergy to a different type of lens.
This may happen if they use different lenses for different purposes, for example, if they wear contact lenses for the purpose of making contact with a person’s nose, or because they wear contacts for other reasons.
Do I need to see a doctor if I have a contact eye allergy?
It is important to talk with your doctor if you’ve had a contact allergy.
Contact lens allergy is one of the most common allergies in people with a history.
It can cause symptoms that include: bloated skin, difficulty in breathing, difficulty swallowing, nausea and vomiting, and difficulty with breathing.
It can also affect the lining of the eyes.
It is very common to develop an allergic reaction to a lens that has been used for contact lenses.
In most cases, the allergic reaction is mild.
However there are people who develop serious eye symptoms, such as blindness, that may require immediate hospital treatment.
Where can I get help if I’m allergic to contacts?
The best way to manage your allergic reaction with contact lenses is to avoid contact with them at all costs.
In fact, a contact contact lens should only be used by people who have tested negative for allergies and are well known to the healthcare team.
In many cases, your GP may be able to recommend a contact use for you.
If that is not possible, there are a number of organisations who will do a free test.
Find out more at www,contact-lenses.org.
Who is most likely to develop a contact lense allergy?
Most people with contact lens problems are likely to be male, over 50 years of age, and have a high-risk of developing the condition.
If a person is over 50 and has a history, then their risk of developing a contact-lense allergy will increase significantly.
If anyone is not at a high risk, the risk of allergic reactions is lower.
Should I be afraid of contact lenses?
There is a good reason for this.
Contact lenses can have serious side effects, including serious eye infections that can be fatal.
Can contact lenses harm me?
It depends on the