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I have had 20-25 vision in both eyes for all my life, until about a year ago, when my vision began...
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I have had 20-25 vision in both eyes for all my life, until about a year ago, when my vision began deteriorating in one eye. I recently had my eyes checked and learned that one eye is still 20-25 , but my other eye is 20-100. Is it possible to correct this with glasses? The ophthalmologist seems to think there is a neurological problem and is sending me for tests. Should I be concerned?View Thread
Hi, my name is Laitesha, and I had a quick question. When I drink alcohol my right eye starts to drift into the corner. Making me look cross eyed. People that I hang out with know it only gets like that when I drink, but when I'm sober my eye is perfectly fine. I wanted to know what I could do in order for my eye to look perfectly fine even when I'm drinking. Thank you!View Thread
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