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are left and right contact lenses different?

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Are there any differences between right and left contact lenses?
If I have the same vision in both eyes, yet when I buy contact lenses, I always receive two boxes. One for the left eye and one for the right eye. Is it possible to wear the ones in the left eye container in my right eye and vice versa? Or are they shaped differently?

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asked 6 days ago in Health by Lily

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When you order contact lens, is there a difference between the shape of left eye and right eye?
is there a difference? both of my eyes are the same shape and same prescription. So s hould i just order one box?
answered 6 days ago by Leonardo M
If you are fortunate enough to have the same prescription for each eye, then yes, you can order just one box. Remember though, if those are 2 week disposable lenses, that's only 6 weeks worth of contacts then...just don't forget to order more before you run out so that you don't wind up having to over-wear the last pair because you waited too long to order...
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