Squint Or Lazy Eye?
I am an irt nI have a 3 year old toddler. nEveryone sees the light that is too dazzling nMy child’s eye ball y Black rises upward. nBut the left eye is just normal. nBut if it is exposed to light y just glare. n I squint. nThank you in advance
Squinting is when the two eyes are not in a straight line and the two eyes look in different directions.
Whereas the lazy eye has incompatible signals and nerve connections from the eye to the brain, so an eye with poor vision will give the wrong visual signal to the brain.
In lazy eyes, crossed eyes can trigger this complaint. In addition, the presence of distant or near vision problems can also cause lazy eye. In patients with lazy eyes, there may be complaints that are often experienced by patients, one of which is the difficulty in measuring distance due to incorrect information from the affected eye.
So if you don't get visual complaints in the eyes that have related complaints, it is possible that the cross-eyed complaints can trigger your complaints when there is a blinding light.
However, it is necessary to do a direct examination by an ophthalmologist. The doctor will conduct a direct examination of your eye and determine the cause of this complaint.
That is the information we can provide, also read cross-eyed.