1. Be sure the 'eye doctor" is an Eye MD ophthalmologist ideally specializing in cornea.
2. If you have questions about his/her reports make a list and call their office
Thanks for the respone.
The doctor told me that - K-conus usually does not progress after 35. Hence i dont have to worry. I was subjected to a series of tests and was asked to visit him again after 6 months so that he can determine if my condition has worsened.
I have the reports with me. However i dont know how to interpret the results.
That glasses RX corrects for a small amount of myopia and a small to medium amount as astigmatism in your eye. It says nothing about what your vision is with or without the glasses; it says nothing about the health of your eye. The glasses RX is not typical of K-conus. Would suggest you see an eye MD ophthalmologist that specializes in corneal disease to determine if you have K-conus.