I've done a little Internet searching around, and so far found no\ninformation on the idea of wearing contacts and eyeglasses at the same time.\n\nAfter ten years since the onset of middle age in my life, I am now compelled\nto use prescription lenses. OTC reading glasses just don't make it anymore.\nI'm far sighted, have an astigmatism, and have developed presbyopia to where\nI simply must wear glasses to read or work with things up close. Now with\nyears of experience with taking care of cheap OTC glasses, and with eyes\nthat need something better, I'm ready to own some quality prescription\neyewear. Anyway, I'm thinking that contacts that corrected for my\nastigmatism and hyperopia would be best for my outdoor activities, while a\nsupplemental pair of bifocals would serve for providing for good visual\nacuity for up-close work and detailed focusing at intermediate ranges.\n\nTo be clear, I'm thinking that a good idea for my needs would be to wear\ncontacts all day. Additional to the contacts when needed, I'd wear\neyeglasses that provide a boost for adapting to presbyopia so I can read\nfine print and have a clearer intermediate focus.\n\nSo my question goes something like this: Do people use contacts and\nprescription eyeglasses at the same time?