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2 yr old has -2 cylindrical power, advised to wear glasses for 2 months. Will it reduce by diet/exercise ?

hi my daughter is 2yrs old. we went to eye specialist for her eye check up as she squints her eyes once in while ( say 3-6 times a day approximately) . doctor said she has -2 cylindrical power and adviced her to wear glasses for 2 months. my question is will it get reduced by diet/ exercise.? my worries are that she is too young to understand and wear glasses
Asked On : Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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what is the type of squint she has.eyes move inward or outward?can u give the full glass prescription they apply dilating drops n check.
refractive error(power) is mainly due to the length of the eyeball and shape of the cornea which keeps changing as the child grows.cylindrical power doesnt vary majorly as the spherical power does as the child grows.give her a healthy diet it may help in betterment of eye growth.
waiting for further details from u
Answered: Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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