Thankfully, the pressures in both eyes have been within normal range. Can I get some loud cheers and a warm round of applause?! I am so thankful. That means, so far, we haven't had to introduce any pressure drops, to lower the pressure in the eyes.
However, at the end of August, the doctor decided to start patching one eye, every other day, for 30 minutes to 1 hour each time. The right eye has been coming along beautifully, in terms of responding to the glasses prescription correction. The left eye, not so much. Because the ophthalmologist wants the right eye to continue improving with corrective lenses, he wants to strike a fine balance between letting that eye continue to improve and forcing the left eye to work harder.