My child was born with Nystagmus. It usually goes away by the age of 1, but unfortunately it didn't for her. It's were the eyes move at a rapid pace back and forth. So now that she is 18 months, she is having a surgical procedure to stop the Nystagmus. The procedure consists of moving the eye muscles back towards the front of the eyes. I was curious if anybody has already been through this with their baby. Also if you know how they do the procedure. Any comments would be great comfort...... ThanksAnswer Question
Answer by debmom07 at 1:30 PM on May. 21, 2009
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