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Limpieza de tus lentes de contacto

Cuidar tus lentes de contacto es esencial cuando usas lentes reutilizables, y sólo lleva algunos minutos limpiar tus lentes de contacto reutilizables con la solución adecuada.

COSAS IMPORTANTES QUE DEBES RECORDAR

Lava tus manos

Asegúrate de que tus manos estén bien lavadas, limpias y secas para evitar la irritación.

Empieza siempre por el mismo ojo

Establece el hábito de empezar siempre por el mismo ojo. De esta forma no los mezclarás, dado que cada ojo tiene su propia refracción.

Limpia tus lentes luego de retirarlos

Si usas lentes de reemplazo cada dos semanas, limpia siempre tus lentes de contacto inmediatamente luego de retirarlos. Si usas lentes desechables diarios, descártalos luego de retirarlos.

Nunca uses agua corriente para limpiar un estuche de lentes

Para mayor información sobre cuánto tiempo dejar los lentes remojándose en solución o con qué frecuencia cambiar la solución si no los usas todos los días, sigue lo indicado en la guía de instrucciones de uso de la solución para lentes de contacto.

Pasos para limpiar tus lentes de reemplazo

1

Llena cada uno de los receptáculos del estuche con solución desinfectante fresca.

2

Coloca un lente sobre la palma limpia y seca de tu mano, y aplica unas gotas de solución desinfectante sobre el lente de contacto. Con la yema del dedo frota cuidadosamente el lente en la palma de tu mano para limpiar las superficies del lente.

3

Enjuaga tu lente completamente con más solución, y colócalo en el estuche limpio.

4

Repite esta rutina con el otro lente, cierra el estuche y deja tus lentes en remojo toda la noche.

Correct use of contact lenses

  • In general, if you’re using multipurpose contact lens solution, replace your contact lens storage case at least every 3 months or as directed by your eye care provider. If you’re using contact lens solution that contains hydrogen peroxide, always use the new contact lens case that comes with each box—and follow all directions that are included on or inside the packaging.
  • Clean and disinfect your lenses properly. When using contact lens solution, read and follow all instructions on the product label to avoid eye injury. This is particularly important if your eye care professional has recommended a solution with hydrogen peroxide, as these solutions require special care.
  • Always remove contact lenses before swimming.
  • Never reuse any lens solution. Always discard all of the used solution after each use, and add fresh solution to your lens case.
  • Do not expose your contacts to any water (which includes lake, pond, and ocean water as well as distilled water, tap water, and homemade saline solution) because it can be a source of microorganisms that may cause serious eye infections. (Contact lens solution is sold in “sterile” containers, which means it is free from living germs or microorganisms.)
  • Never put your lenses in your mouth or put saliva on your lenses. Saliva is not sterile.
  • Never transfer contact lens solutions into smaller travel size containers. These containers are not sterile, and unsterile solution can damage your eyes.
  • Do not wear contact lenses overnight unless your eye care provider has prescribed them to be worn that way. Any lenses worn overnight increase your risk of infection. Wearing contact lenses overnight can stress the cornea by reducing the amount of oxygen to the eye. They can also cause microscopic damage to the surface of the cornea, making it more susceptible to infection.
  • Never ignore symptoms of eye irritation or infection that may be associated with wearing contact lenses. These symptoms include discomfort, excess tearing or other discharge, unusual sensitivity to light, itching, burning, gritty feelings, unusual redness, blurred vision, swelling, or pain. If you experience any of these symptoms, remove your lenses immediately and keep them off. Contact your eye care professional immediately. Keep the lenses, because they may help your eye care professional determine the cause of your symptoms.

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