Rebecca, do you have any Panoptx with your RX in them? I'm just curious.
I know you don't need the dreaded bifocals yet and with plain RX, the goggles aren't nearly as expensive. My RX ones with progressives were $500, but any glasses I have cost that much because of progressives. My Panoptx RX's are worth their weight in gold. They are too large for me, heavy on my cheeks, I have an odd RX, little in one eye and lots in the other, but still..........I love them and they save my life at times.
I know you wear your sclerals on a regular basis, but was just curious if you had Panoptx in your prescription.
On a recent (long) trip, I wore my Panoptx in the car exclusively. We needed the heater on and I'd have been ready to murder anyone within my grasp if I'd had to make the trip without these.
Don't trust any refractive surgeon with YOUR eyes.
The Dry Eye Queen