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I don't know if its strabismus or esotropia, but in my case, from my childhood i had my left eye which i cannot turn fully. The problem is when i start to roll my eyes, only my right eye is able to do so and the left one does't move much. I would love to hear what methods you did and if they are still working.In recent years i've come to notice in most of my photos that the left eye seem to have become slightly smaller and thus seems swollen. Hi guys, I'm 19F from canada and I developed ptosis in my younger years since I think I was dropped on my head as a small wee child (ugh).Surgery is usually necessary to correct adult esotropia, though prism correction can also be effective. They said the left eye has vision like 200 or something, meaning cannot see much without the glasses, but the glasses did not straighten the eye.
I don't feel any depth perception problem although I need to turn my head right to see any objects on my right side.
Unfortunately, it happens even though it's illegal. I think your motivation for surgery should be about pleasing you and not pleasing others.
Shannon Carollo Hi All, I am 47 years old and have been with lazy right eye (exotropia) since I was 10 years old after surgery due to injury. I underwent strabismus surgery when I was 20 years old and was not much success.
I know its not super serious and not noticeable all the time but I really wanted nothing more than to be rid of it forever.
I might get another surgery in hopes of it being gone for good. it helps a lot if i wear glasses, i think its more noticeable in my contacts.