Skip to Content

AFBAmerican Foundation®
for the Blind

Expanding possibilities for people with vision loss

blindness in the left eye

i've been blind in my left eye since i could remember. The doctors have idea what happened.

It really bothers me that my left eye does not follow my right eye at all. does anyone know if there is some way to correct this? maybe not correct since my left eye has no vision and can't focus on anything. maybe surgical solutions to correct the alginment of my left eye?

thanks!

There are currently 6 replies

Sort Replies Oldest to Newest


Re:blindness in the left eye



i am blind in left eye it is better to keep the original in as long as possible . but my dr. told me when i had eye surgery to replace it with a prostetic there is nothing to keep it alive. i am 34 years old had a prostetic since 22 . they say cosmetic because its not emergancy. when i had surgery it was emergancy due to lost fluid and my socket started to close gue to nothing holding it up.


Re:blindness in the left eye



My doc told me that theirs a surgery but it would be strictly cosmetic


Re:blindness in the left eye



HI TO ALL MY FRIENDS THAT IS BLIND FROM GLAUCOMA.
PLEASE GO TO YOUTUBE to wilfredsmedicine
VIDEO
email wilfred@wilfredsmedicine.com


Re:blindness in the left eye



Dear Janifer,

I am also blind in my right eye. Right now i am using prosthetic eye and i am suggesting you that you should also use prosthetic eye. now i am 25, and unmarried. we should forget it that we have one eye only we should enjoy. do you want to marry with me. if yes so mail me i am waiting for your reply.

my email id is jayraj_52002@yahoo.com

My name is Ajay


Re:blindness in the left eye



hi my name wilfred rolle if you is blind from glaucoma
i ma be able to help you for free call me 786-291-5723
or e-mail me medicineman244@yahoo.com


Re:blindness in the left eye



There are surgeries that can be done to correct this. Speak with your optometrist about this and I'm sure they can give you some information!

Best of luck,

Annie


Log in to Post a Reply