Convergence Insufficiency – Turned Out Eyes
When reading or doing any other near task the eyes need to go automatically inward position.
In convergence insufficiency either eyes or one eye is turning out, this happen only looking at near. This can be result in suppression or double vision. This condition is very common.
- Double vision
- Eye strain (pain, excessive tears, uncomfortable eyes, fatigue).
- Blurred vision
- Problems with near tasks (slow reader, avoid near task, low concentration)
- High fatigue
- Low concentration
- Abnormal postural such as reading from far distance.
Eye therapy will teach the patient to stimulate the inward movement. It quit easy overcoming. Once the goal achieved the patient can maintain the convergence for life. There is no need for reading glasses in this condition.
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