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How do I manage my early adult-onset myopia on a daily basis?

Once diagnosed with myopia, your doctor will recommend the best treatment for you. If you wear glasses or contacts, continue to wear them. They will help you to see distance things more clearly. If objects become blurry, it is probably time for another eye exam; you may need a new prescription. If you have had surgery, you should not have any daily care issues once your eyes have healed from the surgery.

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