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    Contact lenses are supposed to be in front of your eyes, obviously, but what if the slip out of position and get lodged under your eyelid? Is it a situation where you have to get it out right away, or will you still be okay even if you're fiddling with the lens for half an hour before you get to the Emergency Room?

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    I wouldn't even bother with the ER. You could die in that place. LoL It's nice to keep one of those suction cups around that you got with your first pair for this kind of thing...but really, you can work to get it out fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by momin8er View Post
    I wouldn't even bother with the ER. You could die in that place. LoL It's nice to keep one of those suction cups around that you got with your first pair for this kind of thing...but really, you can work to get it out fine.
    Have you got a name for that "suction cup" thing? The Contact Lens Remove-O-Matic or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scienceguy View Post
    Have you got a name for that "suction cup" thing? The Contact Lens Remove-O-Matic or something?
    I just did a quick google search and found this...I am not representing that this is the place to get them, it just is a good representation of it!



    Obviously you are NOT a RGP wearer?!

    ummm.....your site will not allow me to post a hyperlink...or a photo...just Google it yourself...

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    Quote Originally Posted by momin8er View Post
    I just did a quick google search and found this...I am not representing that this is the place to get them, it just is a good representation of it!



    Obviously you are NOT a RGP wearer?!

    ummm.....your site will not allow me to post a hyperlink...or a photo...just Google it yourself...
    What makes you think Scienceguy doesn't wear RGP lenses? Is it because he didn't know about about "those suction cups . . . that you got with your first pair." I don't wear RGP lenses, so I'm surprised at this. When you get Fluoroperm 92 contact lenses from your eye doctor she will also give you one of those suction cup tools?

    Do you have a name for this tool? It would be a lot easier to "Google it" if I had a name to enter rather than just "contact lens tool." I did that and this was the first thing that came up:
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    Quote Originally Posted by ftngirsh View Post
    What makes you think Scienceguy doesn't wear RGP lenses? Is it because he didn't know about about "those suction cups . . . that you got with your first pair." I don't wear RGP lenses, so I'm surprised at this. When you get Fluoroperm 92 contact lenses from your eye doctor she will also give you one of those suction cup tools?

    Do you have a name for this tool? It would be a lot easier to "Google it" if I had a name to enter rather than just "contact lens tool." I did that and this was the first thing that came up:
    thanks for the link...yes! that is it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by momin8er View Post
    It's nice to keep one of those suction cups around that you got with your first pair for this kind of thing...but really, you can work to get it out fine.
    Did anyone else get one of those tools when they for their first pair of Fluoroperm 92 contact lenses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scienceguy View Post
    Have you got a name for that "suction cup" thing? The Contact Lens Remove-O-Matic or something?
    We just call them. "plungers"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElaineKramer View Post
    Contact lenses are supposed to be in front of your eyes, obviously, but what if the slip out of position and get lodged under your eyelid? Is it a situation where you have to get it out right away, or will you still be okay even if you're fiddling with the lens for half an hour before you get to the Emergency Room?
    Sometimes rgp lenses may dis lodge and move off center and suction onto the conjunctiva. This is where a plunger devices come In handy.

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