1) Wrong about carrots and walnuts. I bet that "dr" is not an ophthalmologist. May change over time but is unlikely to go away. Up to half of all adults have some form of astigmatism (some mild so they never need glasses). Even if she ends up needing mild glasses, it is not as terrible as you think as there are plenty of kids with glasses.
2) Blinking is more likely to be related to allergies or eye irritation. Squinting may be related to astigmatism.
Thanks for ur reply I will try this issue but I hope she likes it :) thanks for ur supportive reply
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I was like just feeling sad bcs I don't want her to be restricted to playing movement or any kind of sports from the glasses. I feel it is still early for her to have such a restriction. I wish she doesn't need. So u think that degrees of astigmatism are mild? Thanks for ur time dr.
Thanks for ur reply dr but her dr told me that in some kids astigmatism goes over time and it help eating carrots and walnuts in correcting astigmatism,
how right is this dr?
may the diopters go over the coming years? is blinking related to astigmatism or it is related to allergy as her dr here said? she gave me efimolin drops for that. thank u so much
That amount of astigmatism is small enough that she is likely ok without glasses till she starts going to school. Should be checked for changes though every 6-12 months and make sure you are seeing a pediatric ophthalmologist.