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that's happened to me loads infact I went to Leeds festival and left the same pair in for 5 nights! granted I am now completely blind...

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You can get a yellow eggroll thing if you go a few months without taking them out. Every now and then on accident is alright but too much is bad. I don't see why the OP didn't feel the pain that follows after waking up with them on.

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i always sleeep in my contacts. ahaha maybe i shouldnt! everytime i take them out im more blind then i was beforre :P

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He said 'legally' which means he can't drive, but apparently his vision is sufficient to type without fear of causing traffic accidents.

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@93: Im legally blind in my left eye, (20:169) yet I can still see perfectly fine in my right eye (20:19).

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@120 Computer software for the blind reads webpages out to them. I have met several blind people on online forums who use software to read pages, and braille keyboards to type. Also, legal blindness means your vision is worse than 20/200 and (this is the most important part!) cannot be corrected with lenses, or, 20/200 is the best it can be corrected to. My vision is worse than 20/200, but as glasses improve it to about 20/40, I am not legally blind. By this definition, a person who is legally

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actually depending on the contacts it's really not. I have contacts and for the first year I took them out every night but then I accidentally fell asleep in them (they r meant for that) and now I sleep in them everynight

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Exactly, whenever I accidently sleep in them they become *stuck* to my eyes. I literally have to PEEL them off. Nastiest feeling ever!

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then get the contacts tht r safe to sleep in. that's what I have and I never have problems with them. and I hardly take them out

I've done it more than once...I know full well it's bad for your eyes, but it happens. OP, remember you still need to take them out and clean them.

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Even a year after getting my eye surgery, I still have mornings where I wake up and reach for where I used to keep my glasses -- even though I have my eyes open and can see perfectly well. It's weird how your brain works when you first wake up.

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