Hi , i am 22yrs old. I hav severe myopia in my right eye and completely no sight in another eye. When i was in class 6 all the students of our class were taken for eye checkup that is how i came to know that i am having sight in one eye.Then i consulted eye specialist i was given glasses with only one side transparent and other opaque. I used them for not so long as a result of which now the sight grew so much in one eye and also my eyes look crossed sometimes when i am viewing in some directions. After consulting another doctor recently i was given contact lens as now the eye cant be treated with laser. Now i want to know if i use the lens will the sight of my eye gets stagnated at the same level or continue to increase.Also will i be facing any problems in future ?
Please help me out and i would sincerly appreciate if some one gives reply
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