I just found the Medicaid I have will pay for an exam. I haven't had one in several years, I need new glasses - or at least new lenses - and on one will make them without a current prescription.
I would just wait out the couple of months until the baby is born but or re-up is in July and I'm not sure if we'll still qualify.
homemaker mama to and due in March
Now, since you already needed your glasses changed, and have already been dealing with that problem, if you can get super-cheap glasses now, go for it.
WoHM to DD age 10, DS age 7, and DD age 4 and DP to
I would go ahead and get it if you already know you need a new prescription because you can always go back and get another one after the birth if you need to. This does assume that the glasses are covered - if I was going to be paying a couple hundred for a new pair of glasses, I'd probably hold off until after the birth.
Karen happily married mother of 3 great children (19, 6, 5), in my last semester for my Masters in Nutrition and started a six-month internship.
FWIW we are having a hard time getting me fitted in contacts... not only do I already have severe astigmatism/nearsightedness, I also have moving eyes... they literally spin in their sockets So, pregnant or not, it's a pain. But my vision doesn't CHANGE during pg, I just get more sensitive... and can't wear contacts as long during the day
Sunny : gun toting, retired breastfeeding, car seat loving, guitar playing, home birthing and schooling mama to Jakob (10.06), Mikah (07.08) and Korah (07.11).
I had to get new glasses last month (at 7 months), and like others mentioned, I didn't get the drops but the relief I got as soon as I put on my new glasses....wow and if I my vision changes once my little one gets here, I'll have the lenses re-done, the frames can still be used.
I did when I was prego with my first daughter... Well I guess I waited, until she was a few weeks old... but I dont think it matters... I was told that my eye site wouldn't be "normal" again until a few months AFTER I stopped breastfeeding...
Its been almost four years and I still have those glasses!! I paid hardly anythign for them, just a small overage for making the lenses a bit thinner!!
Wait. What? Your vision changes? I've never heard of this, and am not happy to do so. I've always had 20/20 vision, or real close to it. Is it likely that I'll go from having near perfect vision to needing glasses? 'Cause honestly, I'm really kinda absentminded at times, and I'm not sure I can care for both an infant and eyewear.
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