How To Deal With Eye Disorders Since Birth?
good night, i want to ask I experienced abnormalities at birth in the eye where my eyes and cornea were small. more precisely the left side of my eye is smaller than the right side. and looks very clear. if I see the writing it doesn’t look if it’s not close range. and if I close my right eye and then see with my left eye it becomes unclear, I guess if I want to operate, can I do it ?? thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. To be able to see, it requires a complex and continuous process of the entire structure of the eye, ranging from the cornea, iris, fluid in the eyeball, lens, retina, nerves, to the center of vision in the back of the brain. A little interference with this structure, will cause different vision problems in a person.
So it's easy to understand if you experience a certain structural disorder and then your vision is disturbed. Regarding this, we cannot confirm whether it can still be treated with surgery, or can only adapt to the use of special glasses because we do not check your condition directly.
Our advice, you should check your complaint to the eye doctor, so that the disorder can be seen directly and an assessment of treatment options. Because there are various factors that need to be considered, such as your age, severity, and the presence or absence of donors if there is a structure that needs to be removed. By going directly to an eye doctor, all of these things can be considered and the results can be discussed with you.
Meanwhile, there isn't much you can do independently. But clearly, if you experience difficulty in vision, avoid activities that require focus and good vision, such as driving. So, hopefully answering your question.