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Nick took Courtney to her appointment and was told she doesn't need glasses. Her vision showed 20/25 which isn't correctable. That sounds good to me actually, I was like "So explain the problems?" But I didn't get an answer I liked all that much. However, the doctor says to bring her back in about a year because she probably will need glasses then as they like to see kids around 20/15 at her age.
It's truly conflicting indeed as why wait when she doesn't have correct eye sight even if it's a little off. I will have to see if it's the same with Brendan if his eye sight has changed and what it is at if his eye sight is still normal like 20/20 then that would mean I would need to figure out why he's squinting
No, I understand why wait, 20/25 isn't correctable and not really a reason to correct it. That isn't what is conflicting to me, what is conflicting to me is that she couldn't do the chart at the pediatrician's office.
Nick's theory is that nearsighted people would have the lines all blur together when they are on the typical chart, but at the eye doc they don't use the typical chart, they just have one line up at a time and then switch lines.