At 8 years old I was operated convergent strabismus. The result was perfect.
At 18 years old I played the same squint, the solution was to increase the diopter on my glasses to focus my eyes (I have Hyperopia)
Over time my eyes began to drift outward (divergent strabismus), the solution was to significantly reduce diopters of my glasses, the solution was effective for a few years, my eyes focused and adapted well with so few diopters.
Currently, and for many years my eyes are unable to be straight, I have 38 years and I can not force my vision for my eyes to focus and continuously have an eye or the other deflected out, it shows me a lot.
If I'm not mistaken all this is called a consecutive exotropia.
My eye doctor says it would have to operate, but it scares the possible bad result
Are there any alternatives to surgery for consecutive exotropia? Some kind of therapy? ¿Glasses or exercises that can help me improve this aesthetically strabismus?