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need help on morning glory syndrom

I have a 3 year-old nephew, who was diagnosed with morning glory syndrom when he is 1 or 2 years old. One of his eyes is blind, and his other eye starts to shift to the side. my brother told me that there is no cure of it. I am wondering whether it is true? Are there any method that can make the other eye normal? I am also worry about the growth of my nephew, and how he can learn to face it. Any help is very appreciated!

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Re:need help on morning glory syndrom



Yeah, you could teach him new ways to adapt to life without being overprotective. I've never heard of Morning Glory Sydrome.


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well, there might not be and you might need to except that. And, he will eventually have to come to except that he is blind as well. I know I have. There's no real way to help. He'll have to tough through it and learn. It'll be rough I promise but there's nothing anyone could do. All we can do is to fight through it. It's dreadful, I know. Just treat him like a normal kid, don't shelter or protect him, and always assume capability.


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