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I recently went to a new eye specialist for a new prescription and upon returning home and comparing my new prescription to my previous one (3 years older,)I noticed that they varied quite a bit. Is the new prescription valid? since the new optician took the reading at 90deg, does it justify the drastic difference in spherical readings? Thanks for your help!
Old Prescription (Optometrist):
Right Eye:- SPH (-3.75), CYL (+1.25), AXIS (180)
Left Eye:- SPH (-4.00), CYL (+1.25), AXIS (175)
New Prescription (ophthalmologist):
Right Eye:- SPH (-2.50), CYL (-1.50), AXIS (90)
Left Eye:- SPH (-3.25), CYL (-1.50), AXIS (90)
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