) I encourage everyone with strabismus to embark on this amazing journey." I am 37 and my right eye has always turned out. I recently changed my eye doc and he suggested muscle surgery to correct this problem.
I am very interested but I am a little scared about it. You may require follow-up surgery, unfortunately, but I'd first get a consultation about HTS home vision therapy.
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Hello, I have intermittent exotropia of my left eye. I get double vision in certain gazes and my eye turns out and suppresses when I read. Although it is a real nuisance, at least now I can hide this problem whether it mean tilting my head or squinting or whatever.
The deviation measures in the mid 20s for both near and far. I just want to be rid of this self consciousness, double vision, suppression when I read, squinting and head tilting.
I had two operations (one at 4, another at 7) and while it fixed my eyes cosmetically (until several years ago when my right eye started to roam again) it didn't fix the fact that I was only using one eye when I focused on anything (my brain had learned to shut down my right eye as a child so that I wouldn't see double.) Basically when your eyes aren't pointed in the same direction your eyes aren't seeing the same image and so your brain learns how to just use one eye which of course encourages the other eye to get lazier.
I started Vision Therapy with a doctor in Charlotte last October (driving two hours each way) and now not only have I learned how to switch both eyes on at the same time but bring the two separate images I see together so that they become one (I can do this pretty easily now close up, automatically and am getting better and better with longer distances; still working on depth/3D perception.) The most exciting thing is not that my eye look fine most of the time now cosmetically but that my brain at the age off 44 has learned how to use my eyes correctly again!Or dauthers Suad and Nuhad and sons Eyad, Fuad or Zyad who studied computers in 1999.They lived in El A Shar close to the railway station (Muhata katar) in Basrah, they also lived in Belgrade since 1981.Please believe me when i say i did not abandon you.If you use Youtube please do a search for MFJ there is a video waiting for you.But other possible complications of a strabismus repair surgery include: * Wound infections * Damage to the eye (rare) * Eye continues to be out of place Adults are usually awake or sleepy, but pain-free during a strabismus surgery. No surgery can be 100% predictable, but I think that your odds of correction are pretty good. I have read that most people with strabismus will need two to three surgeries during their lifetime.