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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  2. Spockie

    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
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  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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  5. Spockie

    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.

    Best,

    Otis
     
    otisbrown, Feb 18, 2006
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  6. Spockie

    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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  7. Spockie

    A Lieberman Guest

    WRONG OTIS.

    See
    http://groups.google.com/group/sci....+medical+advice&rnum=3&hl=en#37ed5382ebf142e6

    You gave medical advice in the above link.
    WRONG OTIS

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

    Allen
     
    A Lieberman, Feb 18, 2006
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  8. Spockie

    Ann Guest

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

    Ann
     
    Ann, Feb 18, 2006
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  9. Spockie

    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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