Treament for intermittent strabismus (wandering eye)?
I have intermittent strabismus in my right eye. It causes my eye to wander slightly when I’m exceptionally tired or stressed. For example, I’ll turn to look at something & my right eye will take a split second longer to move around & focus along with my left eye. It’s infrequent, but it still bothers me a lot. At 23 years of age, I’ve been told by my doctors that it is too late to treat – it should have diagnosed & treated when I was still an infant.
My question is, are there any ways to treat it myself? Any eye exercises, or perhaps wearing a patch might help?
Any advice would be HUGELY appreciated!
Wear a patch! Arrgghhhh!
Do you know any good eye muscle exercises for a person with ”crossed eyes”?
I have not really a ”crossed eyed” form of strabismus, but one of my eyes diverges slightly outwards instead of inwards. It’s very troublesome for me to read even with the current glasses I got now, and I’m ordained to use my eyes as much as possible to train them (without straining them too much).
Do you know any good eye muscle exercises I could use?
If you have an exotropia, it can be fixed with a fairly simple procedure. The surgeon gets them close, the brain then lines them up. See a good Ophthalmologist.
What are some exercises you can do for Strabismus?
Also known as eye turn or tropia.
You should have vision therapy sessions supervised by an opthalmologist or optometrist.
The specifics for this and your other question can be found on the following website:
Best wishes! I hope you can get your problem fixed!
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