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    Do You Wear Glasses or Contacts?
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    Caprice_WebMD_Staff posted:
    I've needed corrective lenses since I was 9 yrs old so contacts or glasses have been part of my life for decades. I like how fun the frames have become in recent years, how about you? Do you prefer glasses or contacts and is what you wear dependent on the circumstances?

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