Jake S.
Keymaster
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Welcome to the course, Susmita. I’m glad you’re catching this before it turns into more myopia again.

Answers:

1) Books, always my favorite. Though main thing is consistency. And be realistic where any change in acuity really happens.

2) Don’t over analyze. Pick what is more comfortable for you.

3) Yes, both eyes working together = better acuity. But single eye can also be worth having for a log.

4) ANY change in visual acuity.

5) Low myope.

6) Eye chart is just a reference point. It’s not too meaningful other than telling you relatively what you can see, and what’s changed if anything.