Top
10
Doctor insights on: Is There A Cure For Lazy Eye I Am 23 Is It Too Late

Share
1

1
Is there a cure for lazy eye? I am 23. Is it too late?

Is there a cure for lazy eye? I am 23. Is it too late?

Probably: Amblyopia therapy is generally most successful at ages 7 and younger. At age 23, visual development is complete and amblyopia is permanent. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
Dr. Dean Bonsall
506 doctors shared insights

Strabismus (Definition)

Strabismus is a medical condition due to weakness or paralysis of one or more muscles that control eye movement. As a result, the eyes are not aligned with each other and ...Read more


2

2
Can the eye patch cure my lazy eye even though my age is 14 or is it too late and the patch is useless?

Can the eye patch cure my lazy eye even though my age is 14 or is it too late and the patch is useless?

Depends on situation: The brain uses both eyes equally giving depth perception & peripheral vision. If one eye is weaker or doesn't line up the image, the brain begins to ignore the input of the weaker eye.Patching the stronger eye makes the brain accept the weaker eye input allowing the connection to return to normal. You will only know if it works by trying it. It can help, even if pbm has gone on for a long time. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
3

3
Can there be any cure for lazy eye/squint?

Can there be any cure for lazy eye/squint?

May help: Ambliopia is the process where the brain ignores the "camera" picture from one eye because it is less clear or causes double vision. It can sometimes be improved if the weaker eye is strengthened (glasses), the stronger eye is patched or if the eye is lined up better with surgery. If the process has gone on too long, the brain ignores the fix & surgery is simply cosmetic. ...Read more

4

4
What is the most effective way to cure lazy eye?

What is the most effective way to cure lazy eye?

Depends on cause: There are different types of amblyopia: refractive, strabismic (crossed eye), deprivation (e.g. Cataract). The underlying cause must be identified and address before a clear image is presented to the retina and amblyopia therapy is effective. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
5

5
What to do if I have lazy eye, how do I cure it?

What to do if I have lazy eye, how do I cure it?

Strabismus surgery: You should see a pediatric ophthalmologist or strabismus specialist to evaluate the cause of your lazy eye. Options for treatment include observation, prism lenses, or strabismus surgery (surgery done to the eye muscles to align the eyes). If you have double vision, prisms or surgery can help this, if you do not have double vision, surgery will help the appearance and alignment of the eyes. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
6

6
How to cure a crossed eye, lazy eye, ect?

How to cure a crossed eye, lazy eye, ect?

Crossed eye: This condition is some type of strabismus, and in a young child should be evaluated urgently by an ophthalmologist--an eye surgeon/md. Sometimes glasses, and sometimes glasses with patching of the better eye may do the trick. Other times eye muscle surgery is needed. There are some types of strabismus that are harder to correct. If it is for you, seek out an adult strabismologist specialist. ...Read more

7

7
Can you tell me how I could cure lazy eye?

Can you tell me how I could cure lazy eye?

Time for a visit: You need to visit an ophthalmologist and have a basic assessment done. You will need to clarify the issue. Some consider poorly a poorly aligned eye, "lazy" while it is better used for visual loss from one eye. Eye surgery may help re-align the eyes, but long term vision loss is usually permanent. Only a proper evaluation could be sure. ...Read more

9

9
Any possibilities are there to cure my lazy eye?

Appears so: I did some research on this as I'm used to my younger patients being treated with patching. It appears there may be some treatment options for adults. The link I am sending is not encouraging Tetris :) but the rest of the article was interesting and may be worth sharing with your MD to see if treatment options are available to you. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/tetris-may-help-treat-lazy-eye-in-adults/ ...Read more

10

10
I have one lazy eye. (right eye) can it be cured.

I have one lazy eye. (right eye) can it be cured.

Possibly.: If by lazy, you mean the vision has always been poor, it probably cannot be improved at your age. If however, you mean the eye is not straight, then it probably can be improved with either glasses or most likely eye muscle surgery. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
Dr. Dean Bonsall
307 doctors shared insights

Amblyopia (Definition)

Amblyopia is also known as Lazy eye. Amblyopia, or "lazy eye," is the loss of one eye's ability to see details. It is the most common cause of ...Read more


Dr. Sandra Lora Cremers
288 doctors shared insights

Lazy Eye (Definition)

A "lazy eye" is a generic term that is often used to describe when one eye (1) does not see as well as another eye or (2) does not align properly ...Read more