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Eyes get crossed and focus on white background instead on words while reading, no improvement with glasses. Will I recover?

I have vision problems. I am not able to read properly. When I do, my eyes gets crossed within 2 seconds and instead of black words they start to focus on the white background. In fact in general also I am not able to focus at a point for more than 5 secs, my eyes gets crossed automatically. Apart from this when I read I see dark flashing spots which further disturbs my vision. I am far sighted and recently came to know that I am astigmatic too. Although I wear glasses, but even then the problem persists. Will I never be able to read or see properly !
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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It depends how old are you? How much of astigmatic you have? Do you really wear your glasses always?
And if you are seeing flashing spots, you need a dilated retina examination.
You will be alright....
Answered: Tue, 23 Jul 2013
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