Welcome to the forum, first of all.
Second, you joined the forum for a reason, something you read, hearing Jake speak, or a bunch of other reasons. So you must have a vague idea what we do here, and that is that we go against the main stream eye industry (from optometrists to eye wear producers) and try our best to improve our vision.
With that thought in mind, you just scratched the surface of EndMyopia . You are on the forum, and you have access to all kinds of information that has been shared by many of us who traveled this road ahead of you. My best suggestion for you is to take the time and read, anything and everything on the forum. A picture will start forming. You will start picking up on items that are particularly of interest to you (astigmatism for example?). When you find these concepts, search for details, and read some more.
Learn to measure your eyes. Get a Snellen chart. Understand very well the basic concepts of normalized and differential glasses, and how they apply to you.
None of us will do the homework for you. This is a free access to data forum, a do-it-yourself approach It is something you put a lot of your own effort into. When you get stuck, after researching and reading all you can get your hands on, ask specific questions (but not specific diopter advice), and one or more of us will do the best to help, based on our understanding, and the time we have available.
Go back to the messages you received when you joined the forum, and start with “Start here” post. Go from there.
Try it. It is very rewarding in the end, even through it may be a bit frustrating at times.