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|Author: ||Prism Bound?|
|Subject: ||RE: Fourth Cranial Nerve Palsy|
I regret my choice for a name here because I am VERY thankful for my glasses with prisms. They got me through a fast paced programming class in my early thirties and through the last twenty years.
The test for this condition is very confusing. The image never looks perfectly in focus. The new test where you try to align two white arrows on a blackground is even more confusing than the old test of aligning two black squares on a whiteground. The test is not representative of how your vision will be with prisms. My experience is, after wearing them for an hour or so my eyes adjust and then I'm back to normal binocular vision. I'm definately a fan. I can even watch 3D movies with little distortion if I put the 3D glasses on top of my glasses.
It's interesting that none of us had issues until our early thirties. I'm still waiting on my MRI.
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