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Old 03-30-2021, 09:23 AM
 
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Hi, I did a lot of research and after-all found a place to share my eye problem. I'm sure to have some good suggestions and tips from you. I am suffering from lazy eye problem (right-side eye) since I was 24 year old. Now it's about 6 years I have the same issue. I have badly allergy within eye due to excessive itch. One of my primary doctor suggest [url]https://www.edenderma.com/facial-treatments[/url] "Botox Therapy" but before making any decision I need a lot of research and suggestions too. Could you please tell me more about Botox? Will it really helps for lazy eye? My mother also have the same issue but she had never discuss it with someone before. She use allergy medicine and get satisfied. On behalf of mine situation, I am looking for permanent solution in this regard. Please help or advice me any thing.

Looking forward to hearing from You. Many thanks!
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Old 03-30-2021, 08:47 PM
 
Location: Puna, Hawaii
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I'm concerned that a "primary doctor" is recommending botox for a problem an ophthalmologist should be treating. Have you tried any of the Rx eye drops for itchy, allergy eyes?
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Hi, I did a lot of research and after-all found a place to share my eye problem. I'm sure to have some good suggestions and tips from you. I am suffering from lazy eye problem (right-side eye) since I was 24 year old. Now it's about 6 years I have the same issue. I have badly allergy within eye due to excessive itch. One of my primary doctor suggest https://www.edenderma.com/facial-treatments "Botox Therapy" but before making any decision I need a lot of research and suggestions too. Could you please tell me more about Botox? Will it really helps for lazy eye? My mother also have the same issue but she had never discuss it with someone before. She use allergy medicine and get satisfied. On behalf of mine situation, I am looking for permanent solution in this regard. Please help or advice me any thing.

Looking forward to hearing from You. Many thanks!
You mention your "lazy-eye" problem, but do your allergies make your eyes itch? If so, that can be treated with OTC allergy eyedropper. Consult with your PCP for the best one.

As for the Bo-Tox, that is a treatment that can be used successfully for lazy eye (strabismus). I agree with the other poster that you should consult with an ophthalmologist regarding this procedure.
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