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lazy eye

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 20, 2007
  • 11:10 PM

My husband has had this since he was born (40 years). The right eye has always been his dominant eye until yesterday when he woke up and now the left eye is the dominant eye. We went to an optomologist today who says he has 20/20 vision and he does not feel this has anything to do with the eyes per say. He referred us to a neurologist for MRI but we cannot get in there until 2-3 weeks. Has anyone ever heard of such a thing - the dominant eye switching after 40 years? Any help is appreciated.

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