Was it a dream, or did I see what I thought I saw...?
Posted by It'sOlivia on 1/27/2011 at 9:52 PM
Okay so I don't know if any of you had seen this show that put people in a box and "displayed" them to the public, then asking the public how old they thought they were? Well the point is that I remember an episode where this woman had a lazy eye which made her uncomfortable, and they put contact lens. The lazy eye would follow the dominant one... I just don't know if it was a dream or if it wasn't how I'm thinking it did, but I haven't heard of any lenses that could correct a lazy eye. Does anyone know if there is? I've come to terms that I will not see from my right eye, but if there's anything out there that could at least take away the "lazyness" it'd be really great!
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Re:Was it a dream, or did I see what I thought I saw...?Posted by Wingman on 2/10/2011 at 4:30 PM
theres something like it that you spoke of they did on the tv show.
Thats what my glasses soul purpose is but it doesn't do too well at correcting it.It depends on the eye condition and severity on how well it works. The thing that bugs me most about them is people think they serve a different purpose then they do you wouldn't believe how many times in one day my O&M evaluator asked me if i wore my glasses and if my prescription sunglasses were prescription. i felt like banging my head against the wall when i'm asked that question sometimes. What i understand they put a prissom in it or somthing thats what the vi said when i talked to her about it.
hope that helps
Re: Was it a dream, or did I see what I thought I saw...?Posted by horsegal2012 on 9/21/2012 at 3:05 PM
hey I have a lazy eye too and it is also my right eye, please reply I wouldlove to compare notes with you:)
Re: Was it a dream, or did I see what I thought I saw...?Posted by Thrill Monster on 11/21/2012 at 4:13 PM
Yes there is such a thing.
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