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Old 02-01-2013, 10:05 PM   #13
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Location: Levittown, PA, USA
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Re: "Lazy eye" & other things from childhood may be related to MS?

Lazy Eye caught my attention. My eyes do not function together, so to avoid double vision, the vision in one eye is suppressed. I can see with that eye, but it is like it is retarded. It has been like this as long as I can remember.. and, in my older age, it is not as easy to suppress the double vision. I do not ask my doc if it is from MS because I do not think he can know and because I think it is irrelevant since nothing can be done about it. Personally, I think Valtech's childhood lazy eye could be from MS and she did say at the very beginning of her first post that she was diagnosed with MS.
ValTech, in your situation, it could make a difference because you are so young. Maybe surgery, especially if it is NOT from MS or maybe even if it is. Telling your doc about it could be helpful, along with the other difficulties you mentioned.
Good Luck!

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