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... scleral buckle for RD, when have you been able to return to work? ... (0 replies)
... I have had devastating double vision following my cataract surgery a few years ago. I now wear double vision glasses for the past 6 months after finally finding a Neur Ophthomologist who treats it. The problem is the glasses are not doing the job anymore. ... (0 replies)
... I will say that either my vision is improving, or my brain is adjusting to the impairment. The "double" vision is not as bad as it was months ago. My depth perception is still off, and I need reading glasses for the "bad" eye. Time is the key I believe. It stinks! ... (27 replies)

... I'm not sure which surgery my consultant was thinking about, the ERM removal or the ILM peel. ... (27 replies)
... I do have dry eyes and take medication for it and do have a surgical procedure scheduled for the right eye for double vision. ... (0 replies)
... Has anyone had eye muscle surgery for double vision and, if so, did it work? ... (16 replies)
... Has anyone had surgery for double vision and, if so, did it work? ... (0 replies)
... On June 25, 2010 I had my second surgery for double vision... ... (9 replies)
... Talked to my eye doctor yesterday. Surgery is going to be scheduled for May if my problem does not go away before then. They will actually do the surgery on the eye that does not have the muscle problem in order to make the same muscle in the good eye be on the same level as the muscle in the bad eye. ... (4 replies)
... I figure my problem is a version of binocular double vision because when I close either way everything close up (most importantly how I see my nose) appears perfectly normal, it's only when both eyes are open they I always see the two sides of my nose as 'two distinctly separate shadow images'. (4 replies)
... I had double vision 19 yrs. ago in the same eye. It was not as severe as it is this time and it went away after three or four months. My eye doctor diagnosed it then by my symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... Hey, I've had a form of binocular double vision for almost eight years (convergence insufficiency I suppose) and what's most frustrating is how I always perceive the two sides of my nose in front of me as "2 distinctly separate shadowy images" (I always see the left side of my nose as a "shadow" on the right side of my visual field and the right side of my nose as a... (4 replies)
... I have double vision in my right eye due to something happening to the 4th cranial nerve that goes to a muscle in my right eye. I have had this for three and one half months. Just had this week my second MRI to determine what caused the problem. Haven't heard the results yet. ... (4 replies)
... days ago and later on, on the day of surgery, when I was home and took off the bandage, the double vision was still there but in a different gaze and was worse than before I had the surgery to get rid of the double vision. ... (8 replies)
... I am 64 years old and at the age of 60 got double vision. ... (14 replies)
... Has any adult had surgery for double vision? ... (1 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)
... After reading other posts, I guess my surgery was unusually easy. ... (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)
... Strabismus causes my double vision. I had the surgery, but due to the fact that i have not had binocular vision my whole life, now I can't just have the surgery and get it perfect, but it is a lot better . . . sorry I took so long to respond. ... (16 replies)




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