By the time I got to the doctor’s office on Monday, I was fine. No tearing. After the doctor examined me with 3D glasses, Polaroid glasses and various lenses, he looked seriously at his notes and told me how difficult my situation was. Anticipating a disappointing “no” from him, I was calm, no tears forming. I seemed to be ok with whatever he was about to tell me.

“You are a difficult case, but not hopeless,” he said, explaining that for the first 4-6 weeks I would have to come in 2-3 times a week so he could monitor me closely. If after that period, I was unable to “crack” the 10 diopter vertical and 8 diopter horizontal drifting, then I would have no chance to gain depth perception and we would stop the therapy.

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