Can someone please write me a perscription?

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by Spockie, Feb 18, 2006.

  1. Spockie

    Spockie Guest

    I have a perscription for -2.50 bc: 8.3 dia: 14.0
    in both eyes for acuvue advance.

    can someone please write me a perscription for

    day and night -2.50 8.4 13.8

    I want to wear them 24/7 during the weekdays for two weeks.

    This will save me 60 bucks, in addition, the walmart i went to does not not
    have them. They hae just johnson and johnson.
    Spockie, Feb 18, 2006
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    It's in the mail.

    You're welcome.
    Neil Brooks, Feb 18, 2006
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  3. Spockie

    Spockie Guest

    You do not know my mail address though.

    Please email me if you are an od and can write me a perscription.

    I will do an online order through a online contact lens site
    Spockie, Feb 18, 2006
  4. Spockie

    Neil Brooks Guest

    You're right.
    I'm not.

    You're asking for an optometrist to do something that is certainly
    silly and unethical, and probably illegal: prescribing without ever
    having seen you.

    Ask Otis. I'm sure he can prescribe something for you. He's been
    practicing medicine around here for quite a while without a license.
    It doesn't seem to bother him one bit.

    Good luck.
    Neil Brooks, Feb 18, 2006
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    otisbrown Guest

    Neil> Ask Otis. I'm sure he can prescribe something for you.

    Otis> False!

    Neil> He's been
    practicing medicine around here for quite a while

    Otis> False! I suggest that the person study the second-opinion,
    and look for a "preventive" OD to help them in the use of the
    plus FOR PREVENTION. It is a matter for the individual
    to juxtapose these two cotradictory methods and decide
    WHICH method best meets his requirements.

    i.e., clear vision (from 20/70 to 20/40 or better), or
    wear a full-strength minus and develop stair-case myopia.

    Neil> without a license.

    Otis> Suggesting that a person review or evaluate the
    second-opinion does not constitute "practicing medicine".
    Sorry -- your understanding is screwed up.

    Neil> It doesn't seem to bother him one bit.

    Otis> Slandering anyone who suggests that you
    investigate "alternatives" does not seem to
    "bother" Neil.


    otisbrown, Feb 18, 2006
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    acemanvx Guest

    Why dont you see my optometrist? Spend the money, he will give you an
    eye exam. Then he will give you a lecture how bad for your eyes its to
    sleep in contacts. You will be denied a pescription for extend wear
    contacts and told to stick to glasses, matter of fact. I wouldnt be
    supprised if you sleep in your acuvue advance contacts. Its your eyes
    to ruin.
    acemanvx, Feb 18, 2006
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    A Lieberman Guest



    You gave medical advice in the above link.

    Neil is telling the truth. No slander can be found when somebody tells the
    truth. See above link.

    A Lieberman, Feb 18, 2006
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    Ann Guest

    Maybe your optometrist's advice was particular for you and maybe he
    would give different advice to someone else.

    Ann, Feb 18, 2006
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    acemanvx Guest

    No, he told me he tells everyone the perials of extend wear contacts. I
    owe him thanks for being concerned about our eyes
    acemanvx, Feb 18, 2006
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