Good evening, I want to ask, at first my eyes were normal, suddenly a nodule grew near my eyelid, on my left, and my left eye was myopic, finally I checked with the eye specialist, the doctor said, my left eye nerve was not good, was treated for 6 have not finally recovered, and I don’t know why my left eye is now crossed, nCan crossed eyes return to normal? n nThank you.
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Squint is an eye condition in which the position of the right and left eyeballs is not the same. Crossed eyes can indeed occur if there is interference with the eyelids. This is because the patient unconsciously chooses to use eyes with healthy lids (unobstructed view) and eyes with eyelid disorders are used less frequently. Gradually, especially if the eyelid irritation occurs for a long time, the affected eye may become crossed.
There are several treatment options for crossed eyes, including the use of prismatic lenses, eye activity therapy programs, and eye muscle surgery. The choice of therapy will depend on the age and severity of symptoms or the magnitude of the difference between the right eye and the left eye. We recommend that you contact the nearest ophthalmologist. The doctor will check the condition of your eyes and the position and position of your eyeballs. If you do get crossed eyes, the doctor will provide therapy according to your condition. Discuss with your ophthalmologist the appropriate treatment options.
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