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Working Towards A Neonatal Blur Theory Of Common Myopia
I do not remember the first time I got lenses (age 5), nor much at all before that age. I do vaguely remember visits to the eye doctor once or twice a year throughout my childhood. I was very nervous and anxious, aware that I was "failing" to see well, in a high state of stress the entire time. I'm sure that among those born after 1960 there are also a few people with that very high level of anxiety (and therefore high level of myopia), neonatal drugs or not. Not to dispute your theory, just to point out that I don't think it was a key factor in my own case.
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Re: Working Towards A Neonatal Blur Theory Of Common Myopia - by Nancy - 09-24-2011, 05:43 PM