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    hbedard posted:
    1 1/2 it was obvious that was no longer the case. However during the exam much to my surprise he has double vision - when looking at everything and he's lost sight in 1 eye. Corrective lenses make the double vision go away but without them he immediately see's double again. They also conducted 2 field tests which both consistantly showed blind spots. He's going for a neurological exam in a couple weeks and neither the optomotrist or primary dr. have said much other than refering him to a pediatric neurologist. I'm nervous since my history - I've had 2 benign brain tumors removed in the past 7 years. I'm not jumping to conclusions but am very concerned and wonder if anyone may have insight to a similar situation?
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