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How to Put In and Remove Contacts .pdf

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Author: ismail - [2010]

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People who are thinking about taking contact lens instead of using glass may worry about the
use of it. Putting, removing, cleaning contacts may appear lengthy task for them. Someone may
think that wearing glasses are easier than using contact lens. But putting contact lens is a very
much easier process.
You have just followed some steps. At the first time it may take time but if once you habituate
in it, then you will find it incredibly easy. How to wear contact lenses? How to safely put and
remove it? What is the best way to use it? Some questions from first-time wearer.
If you are a first time wearer of contact lens than the process might seem strange to you. You
may think how your eye allows and cope with such an external object? Where a single eye
petals causes pain if somehow it drops into our eye?
Do not worry about that. These cheap colored contacts are made with such things that will
easily adjust in your eye.

Five easy steps are given below to help you to put and remove your contacts easily:

Step 1: Wash hand clearly:
Wash your hand, ensure that your hands do not carry any germs, dust, makeup, oily things or anything
which will irritate your eye. Wash them with plain soap, rinse well. Always put your contacts before
makeup. It will prevent you to transmit unwanted things in your eye.

Step 2: Start with same eye:
Start with right eye if you are right handed or left eye if you are left handed. It is because your lenses are
identical like your shoes. So don’t interchange. If you always start with the same eye, then it will be easy
for you to avoid this situation.

Step 3: Scoop the lens carefully:
Put the lens from the box in your palm along with its liquid. Carefully touch the lens with the middle
finger and smoothly clean with the liquid solution. Take extra solution if needed. Pour the solution from
hand. Then place the lens on the index finger. If the lens looks like a half circle and its edges are upward,
then it is ready to insert in your eye.

Step 4: Hold your eyelid:
With your free hand hold up the eyelid. With another index finger, which holds the lens lightly
touch your eye. It will automatically set with your eye. At the first time, your eye may get a tear.

Step 5: Blink your eye:
After insertion blink naturally. Then it will completely adjust. If you feel that you cannot see
clearly or the lens is moving up and down while you are blinking then remove it. And try again.

That’s all. Removing is much easier than inserting. Simple steps are:

Step 1: Wash your hands clearly.
Step 2: Hold up the eyelid. Remove from the eye first which you insert first.
Step 3: Lightly press under the iris with thumb and index finger. The lens will get loose. Pick up
Step 4: Put it in your palm. Wash with the solution. And keep in the box.

Remember to mark your contact lens box L for the left eye and R for the right eye. It will
prevent you to interchange with one another. And also after removing it from your eye, be sure
to put them right box.
Hope these tips may be helpful for first time user. If you have any query or need any help feel
free to consult your eye doctor. He can help you much more these.


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