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Adult Lazy Eye
Do you think surgery for a 50 year old adult with a lazy eye is possible?  Is the surgery successful?  As I get older my eyes and the lazy one is getting worse, my depth perception is horrible.  I struggle with this eye constantly.  Are there any solutions?

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You may have additional problems such as a cataract.  Removal can restore the vision to the previous lazy eye state.

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Thanks I hadn't thought of that.  I have had my eyes checked in the past year, do cataracts come on that quickly or would they have noticed them at my last check up @ a year ago.

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have had lazy eye all my life im 69 now it is very bad could surgery help me and how expensive is it ***@****
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