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Bee Wei Jing asked 2 years ago

I\’ve been diagnosed with strabismus when i was 10-13 years old but i didn\’t undergo any therapy or surgery to fix it, now I\’m reaching 20 this year and wanted fix my crossed eye (right). I\’ve tried patching, and it seems to work but I must maintain focus in keeping them both straight but after a while as I lost concentration, it will just revert back. Both of my eye can see clearly and when i look at myself on the mirror, 50% of the time both my eyes will be looking straight. I\’m wondering if it is too late to be cured without the usage of surgery?

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freedoctorhelpline Staff answered 2 years ago

Surgery can easily cure the condition at this stage. It is not too late. Consult a good Ophthalmologist or eye surgeon and get the surgery done.

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