To the physicians associated with this site:
Throughout his life, the right eye of my 21-year-old has turned in slightly. As a little boy, Yehudah underwent unsuccessful patched-eye therapy .
At Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem yesterday, he underwent an operation to correct the turned-in eye. Now, after the operation, the right eye instantly turns out, to the corner.When the left eye is covered, however, the right eye moves instantly to the correct position.
Is this a normal reaction after the operation?
Should my son keep the left eye covered to encourage correct positioning in the right eye?