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I have a lazy eye, which is misaligned. How can I align this eye with the other eye(it is looking a bit upwards, compared to the other)?

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Dr. Olivia Liao
Ophthalmology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Need consultation

With an ophthalmologist and ideally with a pediatric ophthalmologist, who is an expert at strabismus (misaligned eyes).

In brief: Need consultation

With an ophthalmologist and ideally with a pediatric ophthalmologist, who is an expert at strabismus (misaligned eyes).
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Dr. Linda Callaghan
Addiction Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: See opthalmologist.

This maybe due to muscle problem in the eye.
Surgery can help this . If treated with glasses and eye exercises when young, this could have been corrected.

In brief: See opthalmologist.

This maybe due to muscle problem in the eye.
Surgery can help this . If treated with glasses and eye exercises when young, this could have been corrected.
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