Yeah, I can understand that. But, they do say six months, not three-and-a-half
People who don't improve in a year often choose to have strabismus surgery to correct the misalignment. There is ptosis surgery as well, but if the lid isn't interfering with vision, it would be for cosmetic purposes and would have to be considered carefully. You'd need to find a good ocular plastic surgeon and the results aren't always perfect.
But, let's hope it doesn't come to that.
My husband fell off a ladder in August and landed on the side of his head & face. It was only a ten foot drop but he broke his eye socket and had bleeding on the brain. He may have had a small retinal tear because he could see a cloudy spot in that eye. His main problem now is vertigo.
Anyway, hope you do get better.