Megan WWell, it seems that you are quite curious about crossing eyes. And as a matter of fact, crossing eyes means to focus both of your eyes on something between your eyes, so that your eyes could be looking weird. However, there would be side effects, such as an painful eyes, dizzy feelings, and permanent crossed eyes, which could be quite serious. Anyway, try to protect your eyes as much as you can.12/11/2012
maria calderinWell, generally speaking, you should know that crossed eyes are the medical terms for eye conditions commonly called eye turns, strabismus. And when you get it, it will just lead to many problems, such as eyestrain, blurry vision. Also, double vision, and headaches may occur too. And in some degree, strabismus can correct by itself. But on the other hand, you can have surgery to correct it. And also patches and corrective glasses will be effective. And for the causes, crossed eyes are typically caused by injury to the eye orbit. And at the same time, injuries to the brain, such as with a stroke or head injury can lead to strabismus too. So you need to take car of your eyes. And when you get crossed eyes, just go and see the doctor as soon as possible.12/12/2012
Katelyn smithHello, crossing eyes is a condition in which the eyes are not properly aligned with each other because of a lack of coordination between the extraocular muscles. It can have some side effects such as improper binocular vision, which may affect the depth of perception. And you may have disorder of the brain in coordinating the eyes. Go to see the doctor and have some treatments.12/13/2012
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