- Insufficient convergence is a condition where your eyes cannot work together when looking at nearby objects. This condition causes one eye to rotate outward rather than inward with the other eye, creating double or blurry vision.
- Convergence failure is often diagnosed in school-aged children and adolescents. This can lead to reading difficulties that parents or teachers may suspect the child may have learning difficulties rather than an eye condition.
- People of all ages can be diagnosed with a lack of convergence as a result of a concussion or head trauma. Convergence insufficiency treatment in Nizamabad
Not all people with low convergence have signs and symptoms. Signs and symptoms occur while reading or doing other work nearby and may include:
- Tired, sore or uncomfortable eyes (eye strain)
- a headache
- Difficulty reading – words seem to float on the page, waste space, or read slowly – which may prevent you from reading or not doing your homework
- Double vision (diplopia)
- Difficulty concentrating
- The cause of the convergence failure is unknown, but eye misalignment occurs when focusing on close objects. Misalignment affects the muscles that move the eye. Usually one eye drifts outward when you focus on a word or object at close range.
Difficulty reading and concentrating can interfere with a child’s learning. Insufficient convergence does not cause learning difficulties, but makes using the eyes difficult and tiring.
- Convergence failure is usually not detected during routine eye exams or school eye exams. Reading difficulties in children with this condition may result in an assessment for learning disabilities, but it is important to rule out this eye condition. Convergence insufficiency treatment in Nizamabad