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Double vision,, left eye drifting outwards. What is the reason?

sometimes when i am not focusing my vision becomes double and i saw it's cause my left eye drifting outwards . this happened before and stopped and then started up a few days ago i have no previous eye problem or anything but i use alot of electronic like computer and TV. now the left corner of my left eye hase a very small pain . what is this
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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You might be having something called Intermittent Exotropia which you are noticing now because you are using a lot computer & television.
In this condition, when your eyes are tired one of your eye tends to drift away. This causes further trouble to focus( convergence insufficiency).
Please have your vision checked, may be you need glasses.
You can try an exercise: Take a pencil at your arm distance & focus on it and keep bringing near towards you till you cannot focus. Then look at a far object and focus on that. Then repeat 15 times in morning and another set in evening.
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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