Amblyopia: Lazy eye
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Hi I am the grandmother of a child with sickle cell he is 6 and he just develop what appears to be lazy eye now , but started off as a eye infection or cold even . I dont know if this is caused by his condition and if it will go away can anyone speak to this
So I recently started back on 150 Wellbutrin xl. Doubled up on it today because 150 isn't helping me at all with depression symptoms...took the meds at 8am this morning ...it's now 7:15 pm and I have this lazy eye...didn't notice it earlier today...seems really weird...does this go away?
I do have both of these, but I haven't been told at all if they're connected... Anyway, I was born with the Amblyopia. The eye doctor said it was caused by my optic nerve not developing correctly. It is in my right eye. The fibromyalgia is a constant struggle and it is maddening! I would not recommend duloxetine, but that's just me. I thought I was the only one out there, and so far it appears that I am... But hopefully this can be a support to someone else.
I had a root canal done,(left side) and received 7 shots total of novacaine. The whole left side of my face was numb, as well as my eye. It would not close, or blink. Once it wore off, and I could close it again, my eye was incredibly ddroopy. Since then, I've noticed I have a lazy eye. I've never had any eye probablems, or issues with sight. And no one in my immediate family has lazy eye, either. I believe I got it, due to the significant amount of novacaine.
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