- 5 years ago
- Wedding: March 2009
My eye doctor doesn’t use the standard -12 to +12 measurement, and I can’t figure out what my prescription would be on that scale. I think he uses hundreds of diopters (instead of just diopters), but I could be totally wrong. (I googled this, and it only has prescriptions on the scale mentioned before, nothing like what mine looks like).
This is what my presctiption looks like:
OD- Sph: -650 , Cyl: -050 , Axis: 079
OS- Sph: -650 ,Cyl: -025 , Axis: 135
What would this be on the standard scale? Can anyone explain how to convert it? For example, some (not me, found this on the internet) have a prescription of OD- Sph: -1.50, Cyl: -0.50, Axis: 101, but mine doesn’t look like that because the Sph and Cyl are in hundreds.