Rarely in Strabismus and/or Amblyopia is the whole eye suppressed. You even mentioned your son has some usable side vision. If he is seeing double he is using parts of both eyes. What he does not have is binocular 3D vision.…"
Welcome to the group. Some images can appear to "float" both ways depending on how you look at them and interpret the 3D.
Some figures are said to be ambiguous figures. They can appear either way. even with…"
Did you try it? Did it work for you? Could you remember the way you used to see it and can see glimpses of 3D now? Which was it more like?
Susan Barry (stereo Sue) has stated that when youare straismic it is difficult to…"
"Hi Naoise and Robyn,
The phenomena of clarity with less lens power in nearsighted individuals has a name. It is called "moments of clarity". It is a phenomenon that occurs often enough to have a name.
Your posts remind me of some of the core principles of VT and an expression one patient used to describe seeing the space that you are now expeeriencing.
First the patient statement was after their first experience…"
Microstrabismus is a small angle eye turn. It is usually small enough that it is not cosmetically noticeable. It can be the cause of amblyopia.
If you cannot use two eyes together in the normal manner, you must…"
"Sorry. I hit the send button before I was finished and proof read my spelling errors.
The ARC issue is one I am not sure you have to deal with. I am not sure it is there in your case, but you would need someone to test…"
I personally know Optometrists that do VT in Denmark, Norway, Switzerland, Sweden and Germany. I am sure some of them must know some good VT docs in the Netherlands. I will check with them if you want me to. Where are you…"
Sound like you are talking about an eye rotation called Cyclorotation. Or if an eye is actually rotated compared to the other it is a cyclophoria or cyclotropia. I have seen patients with cyclo improvement as the lock to…"
I think you are experiencing various states of binocularity in different circumstances. I agree with your idea that it is because one eye is more dominant or as I would say leads but cannot follow yet. I believe it is a…"
As an Optometrist that offers visual therapy as a treatment option. I find it hard to believe that one lens made your eyes worse. I guess it depends on the definiton of '"worse used by the two eye…"
What is your diplopia from? I would be sure you see your medical physician for a physical. Ruling out other problems that can create all these symptoms is an important first step to resolving…"