外围体育投注Has anyone tried to join clinical trials like the one this Stanford professor is talking about? I would love to try the VR daily treatment that he is referring to in the clip.
Hi guys! I just found out about this sub and was wondering if anyone here can assist me or guide me to my next course-of-action!
Basically, I have had amblyopia for basically my entire life (I'm 19 this year!). When I was diagnosed with it when I was younger, I refused to patch my eye which led to my amblyopia not being fixed. So, that has now come back to haunt me, as I was trying to get my driving license which required me to pass the eyesight test by reading the charts with my glasses on and covering one eye at a time. I can see perfectly well when both my eyes are not covered with my glasses on but really struggled to read with just my right eye. I tried going to the optician, thinking the degree on my right eye have changed and wanted to correct it. The optician went through the whole process and was trying to find the right degree for me using the glasses but couldn't. Ultimately, he told me the degree on my current pair of spectacles is the best they can do for me and there was nothing else they can really do about it. I really struggled on my right eye and find it hard to focus on the alphabets on the eye chart to make out what word was it. I feel that my amblyopia has not really affected me in any ways in my daily life but I don't think I'll be able to even get to try getting a driving license if I cannot pass the test.
So, I was wondering if anyone can offer me any advice on what I should do next. Should I try going to another optician to hopefully correct my right eye or is that simply not possible?
外围体育投注TLDR: Need to pass my eyesight test to get a driving license. The right eye with glasses on cannot make out the words on the chart (Blurry). Tried to get a new pair of glasses but optician basically told me to stay with my current pair. Need advice on what to do next.
外围体育投注Sorry if my grammar and paragraphing are all over the place. English is not my first language. Thank you in advance for the help! :)
外围体育投注I stated the Vivid Vision program late in 2019 and have been paying $150/month for the subscription. This program has been amazing at fixing my amblyopia! I am also doing monthly sessions with a vision therapist, and daily homework like brock string, red/green glasses, etc.
外围体育投注So I recently asked about other pricing structures and was told I could pay $540 for 6 months or $1,080 for 1 year instead. Has anyone here negotiated long-term Vivid Vision subscriptions? What price are you paying? Can i bypass the middleman and pay Vivid directly for a subscription since I have already done the program for 8+ months? Honestly I would love to just get a lifetime subscription if the price was right...
Hi guys!! :)
外围体育投注I was diagnosed with amblyopia when i wanted to pass my driver's license exam (at the age of 20 y.o). Honestly I don't know how I didn't realize before.
The optician told me that problem had no solution because i was "old" and my eye had already developed.
i have amplyopia in my left eye and i cannot read or see specific detalis with that eye.
外围体育投注Now i have 24. I find out this subredit and i want to know if i can do something to improve this problem.
have a nice day!