If 1 mm difference in pupillary distance a lot?

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    aiclaudius

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    I had my vision checked two days ago and the optometrist told me my pupillary distance is 64. I went to an optician to try on some glasses today and he said my pupillary distance is 63. My current SRx prescription is -6.25 for both eyes, with a -0.25 cylinder and 165 axis in the left eye.

    I would like to know if a 1 mm difference in pupillary distance for a person with a stronger-than-average prescription will affect the vision when wearing glasses.

    Thanks for any input!
     
    aiclaudius, Jul 5, 2012
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    wearegood

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    No problem with your prescription. It will cause difference if you have quite strong prescription, cylinder or with prism correction, Your are not that strong.:)
     
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