1. Laura Johnson Laura Johnson United States says:

    Hi Brian,
    I am 55 years old and also have a lazy left eye. I have had 2 surgeries when I was 5 years old and again at 16 years old. I have never been able to see correctly out of my left eye. I was patched as a kid and hated the teasing, & constant feeling of being different. Now, as an adult, I get headaches, eye strain, and blindness in my left eye. I would love to try a computer program or anything to experience what 3D or normal vision would be like. I am legally blind in my left eye. Corrected to 20/200. However, it is very shadowed in my left eye. Ironically, I am going to take my children and myself to eye doctor appointments this morning. I know I will be tired by the end of all of the eye tests. Any suggestions for me to ask the doctor?
    Is the computer equipment expensive? I am grateful for this online communication and to learn how many people know what it is like to have a lazy eye. Thank you for your post. Laura

    • Mark Anthony Baltieri Mark Anthony Baltieri United States says:

      I hope you had a great visit with th kids and that they are healthy and happy, I hope they have you info so you can sussefully veiw 3-D movies I don't think there that great or there would tons more if not all of them.  God bless you, I also had two surgeries in the 60s as a baby and my eye was straighted out better then it was.
      I wish I was there to put those mean bullies in there place, as I'm sure you handle it anyway.  All the  best.

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