Ocular problem/condition. One eye moves to the right whereas the other is
straight. They do not always look straight ahead, in other words. Does not happen all the time, but is noticable at times.
59 yr old female in good health);. & years ago, I had an opthomologist tell us
that this rare, but is not uncommon. The condition, I believe, starts with the
letter "A" but I cannot remember the name.
No blurred vision. Sometimes it is more noticeable under certain meds, but does
not seem to hurt her vision - just strange looking although its not a big thing
to me. Can meds aggregate this condition; I was told by one eye doc that it does
not. Is it serious, especially with age? Are there "exercises" for this? Any
other info would be helpful, namely the name of the condition. THANKS