I have a two, soon to be three year old in October. He is healthy, very well behaved single child. Almost too perfect which makes me worry. About a month back my mother was down and said he has a little bit of a lazy eye. I "maybee" could see it but my wife freaked out and took him to the eye doctor. The one hour apt. turned out to be a three hours. The diagnosis was Accomodative Esotropia Amblyopia (He also has stigmatisms) His eyes were +9 in both eyes and she perscribed +7 eye glasses to help with the correction. She said without corrective lenses there is a good chance he would go blind. She later called me on her own time which was nice and spent a 1/2 hour talking to me. I questioned her accuracy the said she was 100% confident in her measurements. My question is how can my son recognize charachters on the TV, small toys around the house. To me he displays no behaviour that he would have this severe of a vision problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated. i have a tough time believing this diagnosis even thought she has a very great reputation in my community.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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