just got back from my neuro opthamoligist after 10 weeks since my strabismus surgery my eye is alighned but i still have double vision so he gave me a scrip for prism lense should i wait longer maybe double vision get better he showed me some glass and i did not have any dpuble vision so then he said this scrip also is prism permanent or temporary thing thanks can i hide some of the lines with a tinted lense
my scrip is fresnel prism 3 base down hope your right saying no one will see the prism as i seen very well when he held the glass up also can i get a second operation to try and correct double vision and to rid of prism it seems the surgeon is baffled as to why i still have double vision as my eye is alighned pretty well i am seeing a well respected neuro opthamoligist at university of penn who specialises in adult strabismus as i seen so many eye physians i hate to change and get other opinions thank you so much dr o for your quick response you have been very helpful
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