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53 years too late?

Friday, April 01, 2011

I never liked having my picture taken. I was born with amblyopia. My eye would turn out when I looked at anything close up. When I was 3 years old, I had surgery, I don't remember which eye, because after the surgery both my eyes were bandaged. After the bandages were removed, the Dr. discovered that he adjusted too much. I favor my left eye, but my right eye turns to the right. I've talked to my optometrist and he recommended an eye specialist in Dallas. I go Tuesday to see him and find out if there is anything that he can do. I am both nervous and excited. After 53 years there maybe some hope.


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PICKIE98 4/12/2011 4:20PM

    They can do ANYTHING surgically today: go for it AND GO Packers!! (Yoopers (my friends up North) are the biggest Packers fans on earth!!) Cheeseheads Unite!!!

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JETLAG320 4/7/2011 6:27PM

    Alan -

You look good to me ..... except for the Packer's shirt.

Go Bears :)

Best wishes to you on your procedure !


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MARTYLYNN1 4/1/2011 9:03PM

    How exciting! I pray that they are able to correct this for you a last!

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DEBBIEANNE1124 4/1/2011 8:32PM

Pretty much we ahve the same thing wrong with our eyes. I always thought of it as a lazy eye. Have ahd no surgery for it though. but my right eye moves around if i am looking at something close up left eye will focus but right eye wanders around at otyher objects as if i'm looking t something else. It's no big deal I've jsut dealt with it.

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TECAVINESS 4/1/2011 8:29PM

    My thoughts and prayers are with you. Hope you find the answers you want. It is never too late. Never give up hope.

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