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Hello, guys. My kid was complaining on his eyes and we also noticed he looked strange, so we took him to the ophthalmologist. He was just diagnosed with accommodative esotropia. We would like to know what to do next. Can anyone help with some advice? My wife and I would appreciate it.

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Hi, there. Accommodative esotropia usually appears with kids who are farsighted. You should discuss about therapy possibilities with the ophthalmologist. I think the first option is glasses. Eye exercises (vision therapy) plays also an important role. If this does not help, then you should consider surgery. It is done in general anesthesia. If an expert is good, then it shouldn’t be a problem. Please, let me know what you decide. Good luck with all!
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