I noticed my 3 year old crossing her eyes about four weeks ago, it was not all the time just every now and then. I took her to see a pediatric Ophthalmologist. and was not to happy. He was not very informative he just said she was a little farsighted and she had what you would call suto or sudo strabismus, and he would like to see her again in six months. Is this normal, should I take her to see someone else.
It is often difficult in a child to tell true crossing from pseudo-crossing. If you're not satisfied see another pediatric ophthalmologist. If you are then take her back in 6 months as things change fast at her age.
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