I hope you'll accept Frenchies on this forum! I have had a keratoconus for 10 years now (left eye). It is stabilized and hasnÃ¢Â€Â™t so far caused me any major trouble aside from the fact that I constantly switch between glasses and contacts for sports. I am an avid scuba diver and have continued diving with the keratoconus for many years. I know that the French diving federation now considers a keratoconus to be a permanent contra-indication to diving, no questions asked. However when I browse through various UK or US internet sites, I find more flexible approaches. Some sites even declare that keratoconus is not affected by pressure and depth changes. This would imply that I can go on diving as long as the keratoconus remains stabilized. Has anyone had similar experience ? Can you give me the latest update on this issue?