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Does Farsightedness in children get cured with growth ?

Dear Sir: My daughter is 4.5 years older and we came to know 2 days before that she has power in right eye +4.5 and left eye +5. Is this power is very much. What is the chances to get corrected by growing age.
Asked On : Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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It doesnt get corrected with age. Howevr it can get worse with age and growth.

Answered: Mon, 14 Mar 2011
Ophthalmologist Dr. N. K. Misra's  Response
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there are two aspects,one with the natural course of growth + powers keep on decreasing, two one of the eyes with a higher power develops less so you land up with hypermetropic amblyopia,which has to be treated vigorously and at this age gives very good results,for this you have to contact an orthoptic clinic in your area as the treatment is prolong
Answered: Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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