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... You are a very brave and knowledagble person as it relates to your own personable eye problems. Your "plate " is full with what you have had to deal with. ... (16 replies)
... so they worked better. No one ever recommended surgery for me. I began reading everything I could about my condition and decided on my own that surgery was my best option. It was a little tricky finding a surgeon with a good reputation who didn't demand a doctor's referral. ... (16 replies)
... My condition was related to monovision contact lens wear. Before the surgery most of my double vision could be eliminated with prism glasses that were so heavy they continuously slid down my nose. ... (16 replies)

... Has anyone had eye muscle surgery for double vision and, if so, did it work? ... (16 replies)
... pe of surgery, if you were a suitable candidate, is relatively safe and effective. Occasionally with these surgeries the condition is undercorrected and another eye muscle may need to be operated on. ... (2 replies)
... I hurt one eye muscle many years ago and the eye points outwards, also have double vision at times. Recently I was in a car accident and now my other eye also points outwards. Could this be due to both the shock of the accident and a pd that was too big. If so could using a smaller pd help. Thanks. ... (0 replies)
Double vision
Mar 5, 2011
... I think that the goal is to fully correct double vision at its worst with the least possible prism. It's possible to get temporary prism correction with Fresnel prisms that you stick on your glasses. ... (13 replies)
Double vision
Mar 5, 2011
... My ophthalmologist has successfully prescribed prisms for others, but I am a difficult case. Although I was prescribed a 3 PD prism for both eyes, when he remeasured them an hour later, it was only a 2 PD prism. I went for a second opinion, and it was 1 PD prism. Both doctors said that they could not prescribe prisms due to the variation. Resting seems to bring the... (13 replies)
Double vision
Mar 5, 2011
... I had the rectus muscle of my left eye shortened. ... (13 replies)
... Double vision from SCNP can resolve in a few months, up to a year. Sometimes it never goes away and eye muscle surgery is required. This is not to alarm you, since we don't know what you have. ... (9 replies)
... or a phoria that just broke down with the stress of monovision. I had eye muscle surgery in '05 on one eye only, which was a complete success. I don't think you'll have further problems as long as you avoid monovision. ... (14 replies)
... I got the diplopia. Needless to say, no more contacts for me. I had heard that when you have a childhood strabismus, the monovision contacts can "trigger" the double vision when you are older. ... (14 replies)
... I am 64 years old and at the age of 60 got double vision. ... (14 replies)
... Thanks to all the replies, I had the surgery yesterday! The eye looks better, except for the red eye, but MY DOUBLE VISION IS WORSE!!!! ... (9 replies)
... I am 51 yrs. old and had eye muscle surgery in July. This was my 6th surgery for strabismus. The first 5 were all before I was 13yrs old. My rt. eye turned out because I did not use it. Several drs. told me that it could be fixed "now" as an adult. My comment was yes, but insurance won't cover it. Wrong!!! ... (9 replies)
... I developed strabismus and double vision about three years ago secondary to monovision contact lens wear. ... (9 replies)
Double Vision
Jul 18, 2008
... Lets hope it does resolve itself then, I can't see him liking the surgery option. ... (3 replies)
Double Vision
Jul 18, 2008
... There are different cranial nerve palsies that can cause eye problems. Look up sixth cranial nerve palsy. ... (3 replies)
... the surgery will align the eyes with hopes of improving the double vision. ... (4 replies)
... Truly you have to be very pleased with you muscle,surgery. Mainly because you are not seing double any more. I'm sure your doctor has asked for you to return for some additional tests. ... (16 replies)


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