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    Hi!

    I do not need to use glasses as far as I know. However, every time I am reading the letter appears to be very small, that this happens to everyone or I need an eye check? But the way It is no blurry!
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    Hi!

    I do not need to use glasses as far as I know. However, every time I am reading the letter appears to be very small, that this happens to everyone or I need an eye check? But the way It is no blurry!
    Go and get an eye test in most cases it is free.

    https://www.specsavers.co.uk/glasses/nhs-eye-test
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    Do you find it easier to read large font ?
    Do you have trouble focusing on screens ?

    It seems like you do have some sort of focusing problem for up close. Usually they only check your distance vision, which might even be better than 20/20 in your case but seldom check your near vision which you might have a problem with.
    On the other side, it could be stress related issue and maybe sort of dyslexia. If large font doesn't help it might be dyslexia.
    Anyways, you should check your eyesight first.
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    Are you reading small text?
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    Go and get an eye test in most cases it is free.

    https://www.specsavers.co.uk/glasses/nhs-eye-test
    Hi, thanks I will check it
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    Do you find it easier to read large font ?
    Do you have trouble focusing on screens ?

    It seems like you do have some sort of focusing problem for up close. Usually they only check your distance vision, which might even be better than 20/20 in your case but seldom check your near vision which you might have a problem with.
    On the other side, it could be stress related issue and maybe sort of dyslexia. If large font doesn't help it might be dyslexia.
    Anyways, you should check your eyesight first.
    Oh that make sense as I was told that I may have dyslexia
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    (Original post by Lau1503)
    Oh that make sense as I was told that I may have dyslexia
    still, check your eyesight first.
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    Are you reading small text?
    Well I am reading in the normal computer size and books
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    (Original post by Lau1503)
    Well I am reading in the normal computer size and books
    making the font larger in the computer helps you?
    like 125% zoom or even 150%
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