It is generally not recommended to wear contact lenses with the wrong base curve, as it can cause discomfort and potentially damage your eyes. The base curve of a contact lens refers to the curvature of the back surface of the lens, which is designed to match the curvature of your eye. If the base curve of your contact lens does not match the curvature of your eye, the lens may not fit properly and could cause discomfort or irritation. In some cases, wearing a contact lens with the wrong base curve could also lead to damage to the surface of your eye, such as corneal abrasions or scarring.
It is important to consult with your eye care provider to determine the correct base curve for your contact lenses. Your eye care provider will measure the curvature of your eye and recommend the appropriate base curve for your lenses. It is also important to follow the instructions provided by your eye care provider for inserting and removing your contact lenses to avoid damaging your eyes.
If you are experiencing discomfort or irritation while wearing contact lenses, you should remove the lenses immediately and consult with your eye care provider. Your eye care provider can determine the cause of the discomfort and provide appropriate treatment. It is also important to regularly replace your contact lenses as recommended by your eye care provider to ensure that you are wearing lenses that fit properly and provide the best vision and comfort.