I'm seeing double vision out my lazy eye but is affecting both eyes but it only happens sometimes. Is this treatable?

Possibly. Most likely you mean with lazy that the eyes are not aligned (strabismus), probably from childhood on. If the strabismus gets worse after the age of 10-12 years, you can no longer suppress the image of one eye and you see double. Consult an ophthalmologist to see if strabismus surgery might help.

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If the patient has a lazy eye what are the procedures to check for double vision?

Two images obvious? Double vision occurs when someone who didn't previously, acquires a condition or injury resulting in two images (diplopia). The images can overlap, be stacked or be side by side. Closing one eye blocks one image. Lazy eye usually indicates a long term problem where the two eyes do not provide single, simultaneous vision. If from childhood, the weaker eye's image is often suppressed and not seen. Read more...
See eye doctor. The eye exam techniques to evaluate a lazy eye and to check for double vision are extensive. You need to see an eye doctor. Read more...

Do I need to fix my lazy eye? When I don't wear my glasses (pretty often), my lazy eye drifts sometimes and I get double vision. Is there something I need to do about this?

When . When you don't wear glasses, your lazy eye is not fixating on targets. As a result, this may cause the eye to drift more. As you said, wearing your glasses or contact lenses more, will reduce the drifting. Depending on how much the eye is drifting and if the eye remains in a deviated position, you may consider surgical correction where eye muscle surgery will align the eyes. Also, if you see a change in the position of your eyes over time, i encourage you to see an ophthalmologist (eye physician & surgeon) who will assess your condition, make sure it is not something bad causing the change in the eye position, and recommend a plan of action. When dealing with this problem, you have several choices: 1) do nothing; 2) wear your glasses/contacts more; 3) if the double vision bothers you, wear an eye patch; 4) if bothersome enough, seek an evaluation for surgery. I hope this information helps. Read more...
Lazy eye. Either you need to wear glasses and contact lenses all of the time or you need to consider strabismus surgery to correct the misalignment. Read more...
Things to ponder. When you don't wear your glasses & you start having double vision, your brain doesn't like it. Keep it up and your brain can decide to turn off the eye causing the double vision. If it happens often enough you can loose some vision permanently. Work with your eye doc to keep your eyes in the best shape possible. Wear your glasses or get surgery. What you are doing now could cause long term harm. Read more...

I keep having double vision on my left eye and its kinda painful and red. Can it be because I have a lazy eye? I had a pink eye last week..

See an ophth. It is very hard to answer your question with the information given. If you truly have double vision in one eye (aka monocular diplopia) it could be a problem with the retina or the way the eye is focusing. If it is binocular (both eyes open) then it could be related to your lazy eye, or could be sonething more serious. The best answer is that you should see an ophthalmologist. Read more...

M19. 4 weeks ago started having slight double vision. Both eyes. Letters on tv slightly raisedlooks like ghost. Also see rays of light. Optometrist said I have astigmatism in one eye. Causes? 20/20 vis.

Does double vision. Remain when on eye is closed? If so the either an astigmatism or surface eye dryness can be the cause. If the double vision goes away when one eye. Is closed you will have to see an ophthalmologist to evaluate this. Read more...
Ophthalmologist. Try to figure out if your double vision gets better if you close one eye. An ophthalmologist (as opposed to an optometrist) may be better able to sort this out for you. Read more...