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What is Amblyopia ?

Amblyopia (Lazy Eyes) occurs when one eye is used less than the other from birth to seven years of age, which leads the brain to prefer the better eye. Rarely, amblyopia may affect both eyes (Isometropic/bilateral amblyopia).

What Happens in Amblyopia

Amblyopia (Lazy Eyes) is a neuro-developmental visual problem that starts during infancy and early childhood. Those with amblyopia experience reduced eyesight typically in one eye, even when best corrected with glasses or contacts. If left untreated, amblyopia can lead to squint and affect a child’s self-image, work, school, sports, friendships and may also lead towards depression.

Symptoms of Amblypia


Squinting of Eyes

A squint, also known as strabismus, occurs when the eyes do not line properly. While one eye turns inwards, upwards, downwards, or outwards, the other concentrates on a single point.

Impaired Depth Perception

A lack of depth perception can result from a variety of factors. These are some of them: Amblyopia is a disorder in which one eye is weaker than the other. It is also known as "lazy eye."


Poor eye-hand Coordination

Patients with poor hand-eye coordination may struggle to play sports, write sloppily and even face problems in day to day lie, a delinquent with visual-motor coordination causes poor hand-eye coordination. They can feel irritation or discomfort while visualizing.



Tripping and / or Accident-Prone

Sometimes the visualization is so poor that the person gets frequently tumbled over and become prone to accidents, this is to be taken care and one must visit Dr. Rishi`s eye institute for diagnose .

Trouble with Micro eye Movement

Moving an eye is a natural process and it automatically happens when we do daily chores but what if you have trouble with eye movement? Yes, it would be really problematic and this is the symptom of Amblyopia.


Slower Reading Speed and Comprehension

Eyes help us to read and comprehend but it sometimes is not possible and thus it is also a sign of Amblyopia, which can be treated at Dr. Rishi`s institute.


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When to visit a doctor?

If you have any of the above signs, visit Dr. Rishi`s eye institute and fix an appointment with eye specialist.


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We are Super Specialty Eye Care Service Provider located at 1363/64 Sector 6, Karnal. Dr. Rishi Eye Institute Was Setup on 1st March 2020. Hospital is Catering to Patients with Eye Related Problems Cataract Surgery, Cornea, Squint Surgery Etc. & Ophthalmology Critical Care Services.

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