I'd advise to keep at the adjustment. Like kwanfan1818, I started with the old hard lenses (getting on for half a century ago), which were a very slow adjustment period, so there was no adaptation to change to the gas permeables. But visual acuity is much better than soft, and I have no problem wearing them for all my waking hours - and they're less hassle to look after. It turned out in my 40s that I had a cornea problem (keratoconus) in one eye that can't be corrected fully with any lens, but hard/gas permeables are the only way I can get halfway decent correction - both glasses and soft lenses would be useless. But I wore soft lenses for a few months once before I got the bump on my cornea, and I'd pick hard any time over either soft or glasses. Just wish I didn't keep losing them . . .