I am 28 years old writing from India. Let me tell you about my case history.
1) At the age of seven years, I was wounded at left corner of my head resulting to drying of eye nerves and lost my vision of left eye.
2)At the age of nine years I was operated for the correction of a squint, i.e., for diverge strabismus, and the doctor has told that if there was an increase in vision, it will be through natural processes.
3)Later on there was no improvement and my eye again occupied the squint position.
4)At the age of 14 I developed the double vision phenomena and lazy eye.
5)The most important thing I have realised since the occurrence of double vision is I can't see from the centre of my left eye and to get the clear image i have to tilt or divert my eye.
Whenever i close my right eye and try to see from the centre of my left eye, my brain doesn't anticipate anything and instead my brain focuses on my right eye activity centre. Suppose if i close my right eye and try to see by left eye from center; i can't see from centre but i can see from the sides.
If i am trying to see from centre of left eye, things appear as if i am sleeping because the entire concentration comes to the centre of my right eye side, which is closed and the vision from left eye appears to be blind.
I am right now 28. Is there any chance that i will be able to see from the centre of my left eye? If i am able to see front centre, I think my vision will be return to some extent.
Please guide me if there is any treatment or exercise to correct it. Regards, Rajesh J.