I have had anisometric amblyopia -3.75 (left eye) -4(right eye) but never had strabismus. recently i have developed very slight strabismus and no double vision. I dont really kno the cause. possibly ever eye strain in one eye? Is it possible to cure this?
You do not have aneisometric amblyopia because you do not have aneisometropia (difference of refractice error more than 1.5 Diopters). You likely have amblyopia because of a small angle esotrophia. See an ophthalmologist. Your glass RX is for all practicle purposes the same in both eyes.
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