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    Mmaf we started full time glasses wearing and 2hr patching at the same time. DS was 2 years, he's now 6 1/2

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    Personally. I think the patching should of started 2 years ago. But I was falling on deaf ears.
    I think his eye is turning more now after the patch comes off.
    He only has it for 2 hours per day. Other people say he should be active while wearing it, others say while watching tv. I'm a little confused.

    He has not had glasses. His 4 years old.

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    Default Any successful eye patching stories?

    That's actually a good sign. It means the eye has been really making those new connections when patching. My son's vision out of the bad eye has improved dramatically when tested and yet it turns more when he doesn't have glasses or a patch on. Are you seeing an optometrist or paediatric ophthalmologist? I would def see a PO if you aren't and get another opinion as I would think he should be in full time glasses and then 2 hr patching ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    That's actually a good sign. It means the eye has been really making those new connections when patching. My son's vision out of the bad eye has improved dramatically when tested and yet it turns more when he doesn't have glasses or a patch on. Are you seeing an optometrist or paediatric ophthalmologist? I would def see a PO if you aren't and get another opinion as I would think he should be in full time glasses and then 2 hr patching ?
    Thank you for your support, I will mention the glasses. We are going public through the women's and children's and they are paed ophthalmogist.

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    My DS eye isn't turned, just very blurry so perhaps that's the difference.


 

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