Stop wearing the contacts temporarily, make an appointment to see an Eye MD ophthalmologist (find one at www.geteyesmart.org or ask your family doctor to refer you) to be sure you do not have an eye disease causing this.
If your eyes have no medical problems you might want to consider: 1. going to another eye care professional to try and be refit with new contacts. 2. stop the contacts and wear glasses 3. consider refractive corneal surgery (lasik) to try and not need glasses or contacts.
The eye doctor said something about diabetes. Which my moms mom has it. The diabetes you can control by not eating sweets. And so today my stomach has the nausea feeling and I feel shaky. Think it could be linked?
No I think its very unlikely diabetes and more likely a contact lens fitting problem. About 20% of the lasik surgery we do is because healthy young people lose the ability to wear contacts.
I wish I could afford LASIK. I have vision insurance but wouldn't that be 'cosmetic'?
Most vision care plans do not pay towards refractive surgery.