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    Omg RR she is adorable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpybump View Post
    Omg RR she is adorable!
    I second that!

    And good luck big red with your DS, your heart must have dropped when you received the results.

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    oh Rippa Rita she is sooo gorgeous

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    My DD failed at her kindy blue book health check. I took her to the optometrist but she wouldn't participate. So we have to wait 3 months & try again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkSmarties View Post
    My DD failed at her kindy blue book health check. I took her to the optometrist but she wouldn't participate. So we have to wait 3 months & try again.


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    If you are concerned..You should ask for a referral to a paediatric ophthalmologist. They are specialists at checking kids eyes.... we only go to optometrists to get our scripts for glasses filled... all testing is done by our PO.

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    Yup my son failed his.

    Went to optometrist who told us he didn't need glasses just 'vision therapy'
    We found out it was $160 a pop for vision therapy so went back to our doctor and got a referral for the paediatric Ophthalmologist at our local public hospital. She told us he needed to be in full time glasses. He has a lazy eye.

    We got him the cool lego glasses which he picked out. The kindy teacher made a big deal of him at kindy and he thought he was soo cool wearing them this really helped.

    Since then the same doctor has asked us to patch for 2hrs a day. Now that is hard to get him to do even with bribery. We prob do 4-5days a week patching.

    It's all very scary at the start but so normal to me now and it's not much of a big deal anymore 😊

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    Got an appointment with paediatric ophthalmologist in 2 weeks.

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    thats good.

    hope it all works out.


 

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