Anisometropia

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What is anisometropia?

Anisometropia is characterized as a condition where the two eyes have unequal refractive power. The vision in each eye differs, one eye may be nearsighted and the other farsighted, or one eye may be stronger than the other.

Common symptoms reported by people with anisometropia

Common symptoms
How bad it is
What people are taking for it

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Treatments taken by people with anisometropia

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Compare treatments taken by people with anisometropia

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Who has anisometropia on PatientsLikeMe?


Age
Age Proportion # of patients
<20 0
20s 1
30s 0
40s 0
50s 3
60s 0
70+ 0
Age at first symptom
Age at first symptom Proportion # of patients
0-19 years 0
20-29 years 0
30-39 years 0
40-49 years 0
50-59 years 0
60-69 years 0
70+ years 0

Sex

Distribution of sex

50% Female
50% Male

Diagnosis status
Diagnosis status Proportion # of patients
Diagnosed 0
Not Diagnosed 1

These charts show data from anisometropia patients who have completed their condition history
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