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Thanks for inquiry. Take great care with your kid's long term visual
welfare. (Reply in parenthesis)
Steve H Leung
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> Sent: Saturday, June 05, 2004 8:02 AM
> Subject: Can I ask you for some advice on my daughter's myopia
> Dear Steve,
> Thank you so much for providing information on myopia prevention!
> (The more you know, the more you exclaim-- myopia can only be intelligent
> While I'm searching for a copy of your book, can I ask you for some
> In March 2003, when my daughter was 7 years old, she was prescribed with
> negative glasses of about -2.25. She only uses it in class.
> (She is so young to use such MINUS glasses, all natural eyes go negative
> with such glasses.)
> But this month( June 1,2004), her ophathomologist gave her new
> -2.75 + 0.25 X 70
> -3.00 + 0.25 X 95
> (Her refractive status goes negative with the -2.25. Fortunately, it is
NOT SO BAD because the glasses are restricted at class! Look at those
constant wearers and make a comparison...)
> I don't think I'll get the negative glass with this new prescription. I
will get her a pair of plus glasses for close work.
> (Late woken-up better than never.)
> I wonder wether a pair of +1 D reading glasses is a good choice for close
> reading and other indoor activities? Or should I use +0.5 D ? She does not
> wear any classes for outdoor activities.
> (The stronger PLUS, the better outcome. Remember, no pain -- no gain,
young developing vision goes positive with plus in a long long and subtle way.)
> Thank you very much!
> Wenyan Ding