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... It is good that your child was dicovered early with this vision problem,because if it went uncorrected,it could lead to crossed eyes or a lazy eye. As you know, a child of 2 is very much on "the go". They use their vision for "running around" mostly,that is to say, looking "far away", at objects. ... (4 replies)
... my son is two and has supposedly needed glasses since he was a year old. ... (4 replies)
... Even if there is a 'standard', it can't meet everyone's needs. Every glasses wearer needs our glasses to be adjusted to fit our own face, to our own specific focal point. ... (1 replies)

... I am currently going through something similar to this and it was actually my reason for visiting this board today because I am not sure what to do about it either. Here is my story and I apologize ahead of time if it seems long. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for the response! You have absolutely nothing to worry about. Don't even think about lasik or PRK, dont fool with your eyes! ... (5 replies)
... but now considering having them removed and having clear lens extraction because my own lens has had changes that create visual abberations very similar to what you describe. Have also had 2 retinal holes, so am at higher risk for detachment as well. It is scary. ... (19 replies)
... The best thing you have going for you is your brain. You just have to give it a little time to get used to interpreting the new visuals it is getting. ... (19 replies)
... readers for extended reading, but not needed for computer work. ... (19 replies)
... This was my 2nd visit to the same eye clinic, the first time was a week prior...I'm wondering if I picked up the pink eye from there....My eye dr. told me it was viral pink eye and prescribed me cortisone steriod drops and told me to keep my contacts out. ... (0 replies)
Flash of light!!
Sep 6, 2006
... makes your later diabetes harder to control, according to the classes I attended. Most hospitals have classes, or your health dept. My doctors didn't suggest any further testing either, so, diabetes sneaks up on you. ... (4 replies)
... Did you "cheat" or something? ... (10 replies)
... Tony, that is so not fair to you! NOT FAIR! ... (244 replies)
Cataract surgery
May 29, 2006
... nt from what your brain considers to be normal. This was the biggest issue that the doctor failed to address, and working full time, it matters. Many people will tell you that you can go back to work, drive, etc. the next day. It's a good thing I only live a mile from my job. ... (107 replies)
... I had laser procedures in both eyes for diabetic retinopathy, almost a year before cataracter surgeries 2 wks apart. If you don't have too much scarring and macular degeneration, most people can see well immediately. For some it gradually gets better and better. ... (11 replies)
... Well, that is a tough question. I have also been told that because of severe dry eyes and allergies, I can never wear contacts. At first I was very upset. Before I found this out, I actually tried wearing them. ... (6 replies)
... For the past week or so my right eye has had a marking on it similar to that of the "vein" markings you get on your eyes when bloodshot, except this looks far different. This stands out, and shows as darker red. ... (0 replies)
Cataract surgery
Jan 11, 2007
... Will be thinking about you, and Sure hope the ReSTOR implant helps! Especially after you just going through a divorce, probably having nobody to drive for you. Do you have grown children? ... (107 replies)
... vision most of my life and did not wear glasses until my last visit with an eye surgeon 4 months ago. he said i could use a small correction in glasses for near sightiness. i have my glasses and they help very little. ... (2 replies)
... I am curious what happened when you went to get fitted for new glasses. Did you have success in getting a pair that worked for the unoperated eye? ... (13 replies)
... amazing! But when I started to need readers for "reading" I was hoping for another option. I didn't yet need them for hardly anything else, so I just avoided reading very much for years. ... (36 replies)

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