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I now pass all the binocular vision tests with no problem! Yes, I now have stereoscopic vision stereopsis and binocular depth perception! I'll admit that when I first began to see the visual world pop out in 3D I felt a lot like a formerly paralyzed person jumping out of a wheelchair and doing a jig. It felt like a miracle. It looked like a miracle. Human stereo vision may be a miracle scientists still can't totally explain how it happensbut Vision Therapy orthoptic therapy is a medical science that has been around since the nineteenth century.
I simply went to therapy, tried to be a good patient, and did what the eye doctor told me to do. Ever since the day I saw the world popping out in 3D for the first time, I've wanted to tell others to appreciate the miracle of normal depth perception and 3D vision. You SEE, if you overcome a disability, you very likely won't take what you've gained for granted. What other people call normal will always be special to you! I have had a lazy eye ever since I could remember. Once I got in high school my eye doctor brought up the cosmetic eye surgery to straighten my eye. The surgery went very well and as of today it's been about 8yrs since I had the surgery.
It seems to help as well. So it is help out there. These responses really hit home for me. When I was very young, 2 or 3, I was cross-eyed. I had surgery to correct it, but after a few years I developed a lazy eye. My eye doctor gave me eye patches in an attempt to correct it, but the patches were so uncomfortable to wear they were basically bandages that went over the right eye and were really hot and sticky I refused to wear them as often as I should have. Looking back on it, I'm not sure why the eye doctor didn't just give me a different kind of patch, a pirate patch or something, that was more comfortable.
Eventually I had surgery to correct the alignment of the eye. Obviously that does nothing to correct the vision, but at least I looked "normal" again. My lazy eye has never been quite so bad as it was when I was younger, but it still drifts noticeably, especially when I am tired. I get very self-conscious when making eye contact with other people. It is hard for me to focus on what they are saying because I am constantly wondering if they notice my lazy eye. I think I never really outgrew my sense of feeling "different" and this may have contributed to my lifelong difficulty in making friends and feeling like I fit in.
I haven't been to an eye doctor since high school currently I am 29 because my health insurance doesn't cover vision. I am interested in going again to find out what options I have. In the horror movie "May", which was written by a man with a lazy eye, the main character is given contacts that pull her eye forward to correct the alignment. Ever since I've seen the movie I've wondered if this is possible or a fictional remedy. I don't even care about "fixing" my vision in the left eye, I just don't want it to drift any more. If another surgery is viable, I'd be willing to do that, too. I have enough insecurities about my appearance; it would be nice not to have to worry about another one.
It only fixes cosmetic, although usually health providers do not consider it cosmetic, his eyes are much better, but over the years it does slowly turn out a little as the muscle moves, but so far nothing like before. His was done by Dr. Frequently, then, the surgeon recommends a repeat surgery. It is important to understand that while eye muscle surgery can improve cosmetic appearance, it does not necessarily improve eyesight or vision. You should look into it!!! I've been told it can't surgically be corrected but I decided to try vision therapy against my doctors wishes and it's helping with. Usual acuity but my eyes still aesthetically look the same as they did when I started.
My sessions ended a while ago and I've been doing VT on my own at home but I'm not very consistent. I just wish there was a cure for this. Anyone else been told surgery was not an option? Anyone find anything that has helped straighten your eye s? I'm feeling hopeless, frustrated, and honestly really pissed off. I also want to tell you how I am very impressed with you. You are so mature for your age. I have Retinitis Pigmentosa. I mainly talk to DeMarco and Mike on this site. They are both super awesome and very inspiring. Also, I think the younger you are, the more it might bother you.
Do you have issues with light? With my condition, I am extremely night-blind, even in normal conditions such as going to a grocery store, restaurant, etc. And finally, when you have something like this, you find out who really accepts you for who are and they will do everything they can to make you comfortable. I usually enjoy my other senses such as touch and smell and I think those ones are heightened when you have your eyes closed. So yeah, it can be an every day battle but God made us special for a reason. We just have to go with it and see what happens. I hope DeMarco and Mike see this and offer their perspectives too. If you decide you want to communicate by email, just let me know.
Hope to see you on here again soon. I've had intermittent exotropia all of my life. In my right eye, it happens with distance, and with my left and right eye it sometimes happens for near things as well. When I was a child, I guess the doctors didn't see it as much of a big deal so they just sent me home to do some eye exercises and that was that. The drifting is mostly due to the sight in my right eye being significantly worse than the sight in my left eye and also my muscles are weak. I didn't have much of a problem with it until high school because I guess I didn't get any attention for it until then. After that I gradually started becoming more conscious about my eyes.
Its really discouraging when people, like my parents, or friends say "Its not that bad. I recently last year found out that getting a proper prescription for my eyes helps the drifting significantly, which has increased my confidence a lot. But I still think about when i'm not wearing my glasses, and what if I want to look my significant other in the eye in bed or something and my eyes drift, or if I want to have an emotional moment with someone and they can't connect with me because it doesn't seem like i'm looking at the, or any other scenario. I watch tv shows and watch people and look at how they are looking at each other so freely without thinking about if their eyes would drift, and wish that was me.
I've been doing some thinking, and i've come to the realization that since there isn't a real, permanent, safe fix for this, the only thing I can do is make a conscious effort to love myself. We have to learn to accept the things we cannot change, and although there may be people who may look at you funny, or not want to be around you because of it, the only people who should matter to you are the people who will stick by your side through it, and not judge you, and help you to love who you are. Anybody else is irrelevant to your life. I am so glad to have found a page like this. Even though I have been doing some thinking, and trying to accept myself, I am still in the process of TRYING, and seeing stuff like this makes the fight even more worth while, and makes me feel like there are people who get what I am going through.
I hope that some day all of you can try to accept yourself for who you are, and not worry about what others think about you. I know its hard, and it will be hard for me to, but we cannot continue to let our eyes define us, we have to define ourselves. I would be glad to have a little pen pal and actually talk to someone going through something similar to me. I'm a 60yo male who has had the lazy eye as long as I can remember. Found it in 2nd grade at school. Grew up poor, no doctors unless you were dying. Had help getting a do even thoughmy good eye is better than perfect. But now feel like what peripheral vision is going fast and vision is really blurry now.
Keep popping blood vessels in eye which is help. Think the eye is about to go dark Re: So I would not lose hope and keep trying. All the best to you too. Thank you all for sharing your stories. I really needed to see this today. It's nice to have a place to come to and know that I'm not alone in this. I can relate to almost all of the stories on here. I've had a lazy eye since I was 3, I had surgery to get it fixed because my eye would turn inward. I remember being at the age of 9, I had to wear an eye patch after surgery and when it healed more I was supposed to use the patch on my good eye to correct the bad eye.
Problem for me was, I wanted to watch cartoos, and I didn't listen to anybody and was stubborn about it that it never got corrected. Because of at the age of 10, your brain could not correct the problem because that's when your brain stops developing. I could kick my younger self for doing that!! I am constantly aware of it and it's really hard for me in social situations. I quit College because I am so insecure about my eye. I also don't work because of it. I'm afraid to be in social situations because I don't want anyone to notice my crooked eye, and tease me like I used to be teased as a child. I am constantly aware of my crooked eye because I can see out of it still, and always noticing it myself.
I also have really bad anxiety. Everything about my eye has held me back, and some people think that I'm being, "lazy". I wear sunglasses so I can have better confidence to talk to people but I still find myself getting rude comments about that, so it's almost as bad. I try and act cool about it when I talk to people but in all reality I am so insecure about it. It took a child to show me this, but she asked me why my left eye was looking the wrong way? So I explained to her my situation and she told me, "That's okay! I'm amber and I'm I've recently started college in August.
Out of my two brothers and I, I got the short end of the stick. I got all the bad genetics. My eye sight is terrible. Over the years I've noticed my eyes go outward instead of straight. And I have a lazy eye. No one knows how this makes me feel. I can't look people straight in the face. I just feel like this will happen for the rest of my life. My mom and grandma don't believe me. My doctor doesn't say anything. I just want a normal life. I recently got some contacts to try and help it but it feels like it's getting worse. Today I feel very depressed so I ask my self why and as usual it's my lazy eye making me down.
I find my lazy eye gets very sore that it's so uncomfortable and I just have to sleep. Tomorow is a new day and I'll do better than today. I didn't know there was so many ppl with the same problem when I was 5 the doctors told my mom that I need to wear glases just so I could correct my eyes and than I wouldn't have to wear them when I got older but I didn't like them my brother had the same problem he didn't like em either so we would break each others glasses and now I regret I'm now 23 years old and still have the same problem I just scheduled a consolation at lasik to see if that's a option for me. I don't kike glasses because without em ppl already look at my eyes because I have color eyes but when I wear my glasses my eyes look huge grr I hate it but wush I listened to my mom when I was younger: I'm 19 years old and i always have had strabismus.
My parents decided to not operated me when i was little. I always have had to wear glasses since i was three, i think glasses only help me a bit with my condition. I never received bullying in school, but of course people have insult me sometimes. I have been called ugly a looot of times and unfortunately it affects me. Although i practically have had a easy life, my condition have always been present in my day to day. I can't look to people in the eye and i am really uncomfortable in the new social situation, for me is really difficult to make friends. For example I have been going to Japanese classes for nine months and i haven't made any friends.
I'm always very nervous talking to new people because i don't want that they notice my uneven eyes and they say me something that can hurt me. I have spent my life trying to avoid any social situation that can hurt me because of my eyes. This is really sad because i don't have the confidence to try to get me a boyfriend i have never had one.
I Adult star forum have even the confidence to let my friends see me without glasses expect on the beach when we go swimming. One year ago I decided that i wanted to operate stae eyes, but now Ault i want is to be happy and accept myself. It's hard for me because i'm very insecure but idk i think all people can change. I want to be a strong person and dominate the bad thoughts i have about how i look. Adult star forum insecurities are making me loss a lot of good opportunities like knowing new people or travel and grow as a person. I don't want to spent my youth lamenting me for my eyes Adklt wondering how vorum life would ztar if i had Adult star forum eyes.
I never speak Afult how i feel about my eyes so I thought this would be a good opportunity for it. With this reply Adjlt only want flrum share my thoughts with other like me. Im 27 years old women, Stae have lazy foruj since I was 5 after a serious fever. Being sad, being hurted, bein disapointed, been through everything you guys have Adut I understand very much the rorum. I have a question, can I stsr driver lisence in Foum since I have officially blind foum eye? Is it Acult strictly for those who has lazy eye? I still can drive and I passed the driving test in my country but I will go to NY for studying.
Anw, should fforum have any private forum that froum can join and tell about our story? I'm 50 Adul I believe I have Congenital Strabismus. Whatever it is, I've had double vision, bad depth perception, and an eye that doesn't move in alignment with the eye I happen to be looking through since i was born. As a kid I did lots of exercises and stuff. Yeah, I got teased as a kid, and I Adilt like to walk on people's left so I can look at them through my right eye. The good news--as I've grown older, forumm left eye is not as off as it used to be. These days I don't even notice it in the mirror most of the time, which is wonderful.
To read books, I've always suppressed the left eye but this has gotten harder as I've grown older--the right eye that I've used all these years is now weaker than the left, so when I read books my eyes have no idea what to do. However, reading on a laptop is easy as pie so I'm happy with that. If there was an operation I could have now that would clear it up cosmetically and visually, I wouldn't have it. Chances are, they say, I'd still see double, as I do now even with one eye closed. Anyway, I'm just saying the older I've gotten the less it's bothered me. I always feel like people are saying, "Gosh, you have pretty screwed up eyes.
Your lenses are massive. My parents tried to fix it with doctors without success. I was disrespected by other children similar to many of you, I had a very negative, sad personality as a young girl. My right eye got further worse, at age 14 it was no really use to me anymore. Two years ago in the media was a woman car racer Maria De Villota who hit her head badly and she lost one eye. But she covered it with a nice "pirate patch", she didn't hide it but it is her uniqueness in a fashion way. I followed her in the media and watched all pictures. She looked very beautiful, it was funny to see a beautiful woman smiling with a pirate patch on her eye.
So I decided I was 16 I will give up to make my right eye work, I will accept it is blind and wear similar pirate patch and make it my style. I made 6 patches in different color and different textile and I choose one every morning to my clothes. It was difficult at start for my eye and brain but now it feels very usual, it adjusted. My mood become more positive. Since September I started university in another town and started new life with new friends. They don't know the negative shy crossed eyed girl, they see me as an equal person. I feel much less inhibition, okay it is a new town, but also at home it is much better. Maria De Villota died a year ago, but I will forever thank her for the hope and positive influence with her idea after her injury.
I see stories in here just like mine. I was taken to a eye doctor from as young as i can remember. I think what he did was very professional, and it would be hard to find a better eye doctor. I had one operation at the age of 4 done by this doctor. If I had of done everything he said to do and had a followup operation at the age of 16 I might of been almost fixed. However, i suffer all the same problems with life that you do. I avoid people as much as possible. Going to a dinner even with my family is traumatic and stressful for days before and after. I have had it all the? I have had people look at me and laugh, smirk, look shocked, look sad and so on. It all adds up. I get very down and depressed but i wont take any medication for it.
I have not told anyone I am depressed, not even a doctor. I have a reason to be very depressed so I? The depression is not the problem my eye and being forced to interact with people is the problem. I also get bad anxiety, I have never told anyone. I am very introverted and i am fine with that. I struggle with almost everything, It? I can only talk about my particular case but from what I have been told and read - If you have some vision in your turned eye you can attempt to correct the turn with surgery in childhood.
Your brain takes images from your eyes and then joins the images together to make one image that you see. It will learn to do so with Adklt alignment of your eyes when you are a child. Once you are adult your brain loses the ability to relearn this. Correcting Adult star forum turned eye in adulthood with some vision in both str will most probably lead to double vision that the brain cannot adjust to form forrum image. Ive been picked on, asked what im looking at, or your so beautiful but your eye looks weird. I have to always wear my contacts or glasses because i literally cant see without them.
Im 18 yrs old and have been wearing glasses permanently ever since i was about 10 but wen i was 14 i realised that my left eye points outwards without my glasses. No one understands me they think im just lazy. I'm 29, and I have been living with a blind eye and lazy eye due to glaucoma for most of my life. No one will truly understand the pain and discomfort that comes with dealing with this condition. Finding a job has been one of the hardest things to do, people take my lazy eye as a sign of weakness. I often feel as I get older, my self esteem, social presence, and patience has reduced in comparison to what it once was. I pray that some day, the science is made available to fix this problem with very little side effects.
Until then, I hope you all keep your heads up, put a smile on, and try to make the best of a bad situation. At least, we are able to type our feeling down and see what we are writting.
I'm 20 years old and have lived with a lazy right eye my entire life. I just discovered this message board, and it is quite a comfort to see that I am not alone. It is a difficult thing to cope with. I too have to deal with the strange looks, the glance over the shoulder, the "What are you looking at? I look down a lot. I avoid pictures, and when I can't avoid them, I take them at an angle. You know what I'm talking about. But the most difficult part of this condition is, for me, the way people assume that something's wrong with me. I know there isn't. I know I'm a normal girl like anyone else. I just happen to have a weak eye. But it bothers me, so much, the way people sometimes speak to me.
Slowly, to make sure I can understand. And the looks I get! They range from judgmental no, I'm not making faces at you! I think the pity is the worst. I don't want pity. I don't want pity because I don't want to feel sorry for myself. It's easy to do. I do it all the time. Woah is me-I look strange. But I don't want to dwell on it, for a number of reasons. I don't want people to feel sorry for me- I want them to see me as normal, and for the to happen, I must view myself as normal as well. I also feel selfish. It seems infinitely selfish to dwell on a flaw as small as a bad eye in comparison to the battles others fight every day.
There are worse disfigurements than a lazy eye, and many of them are handled with more grace than I can claim to possess. And most importantly, I don't want to feel sorry for myself because I refuse to allow my life to be dictated by my ing eye, for God's sake! But I will not be overcome. And so I try to view it as a gift.
I never shot about how i think about my thoughts so I desk this would be a short opportunity for it. I muss trendy this all the international, and it's pathetic of grim to work of it in that but oh well. He unpredictable I will have to do dating therapy for a few tidbits.
If I am going to be negatively affected by this thing, forun I am going to at least be affected in a few positive ways as well. I have empathy because of it. Anyone fighting a battle against a deformity?