Posted By Janelle on July 01, 1999 at 19:31:02
Hi. I am 31 and have had two eye muscle surgeries when I was a child. The surgeries were done by Dr. MacDonald from Royal Oak, MI. My eyes do not work very well together and my eyes still turn in. (only one turns in at a time, but predominantly my left because my right is dominant). It is better with contacts or glasses, but still does turn in some especially when I am tired. I get a lot of eye strain. Several years ago I discussed with Dr. MacDonald the possibility of further surgical correction. He felt that it would not help. I haven't explored it any further because of the fear that further surgery might make it worse. I have had a very difficult time in the past few years getting an accurate prescription. Any suggestions? I live in the Detroit area. Thank you.
Re: eye muscle problems hfhs md - ni 7/01/1999
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