Two weeks ago I took my 6 year old daughter to the eye doc. She wears glasses, we went for her year exam. They dilated her eyes and right away she bagan to move her eyes to the right and up. I thought that was strange because she never had that movement before. Now she does it all the time, and shes beginning to roll her eyes, right after the movement to the right. I've taken nher to the eye doc again , her pediatric doctor, and now they are refering me to a neuroligist. They think she has developed a tic....its just weird that it would happen right after the eye dilation. Does this sound like it could be a tic?? Could it be a reaction to the drops??(doctors dont think so) I'm confused and worried..t
My 6 year old son has the exact same thing after going to the eye doctor. He now wears glasses and he makes those eye movement with or without his glasses. He never made the movements before his eye test. It is so odd!
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