You need to be under the care of a pediatric ophthalmologist who can give you exact answers. These are generalizations: diet has no role in this problem, glasses or contacts or when older refractive surgery are likely to be necessary. Her glasses need to be worn all the time. Her vision may improve some but it is not possible to tell how much. It's not likely to be perfectly normal in both eyes. Eye exercises are not helpful. If you have other children have them checked as well as nieces and nephews, these problems often run in families.
Thanks Doctor, I consulted my paedriatric opthalmologist and she has given prescription of RE +0.50 DS/-0.50 DC X 180* and LE + 0.50 DS/-2.25 DC x170*. (6/9)(6/9).She said eye patching was not necessary. Is it okay? does she has lazy eyes or only cylindrical errors?
You need to clarify this with the peds Eye MD but since the left eye has a much stronger astigmatic error than the RE (aneisometrophia) and the LE does not see normal (6/6) but instead 6/9 By definition mild-moderate amblyopia is present. At age 8 improvement with patching or atropine drops is "iffy"
Remember this runs in families: have other children checked early (no later than age 3) as well as nieces, nephews and much later grandchildren Chances others related by blood getting it are about 20%