Jake S.
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1. Yes, as long as: It’s been at least 3 months since the last differential reduction. + The centimeter results are stable.

2. If you have eye chart log and some experience, should be able to assesses best course of action. If he doesn’t get headaches, can recognize people’s expressions easily, quality of life is unaffected, it’s fine to just maintain.

It is quite normal to not make reductions during winter, especially if in a part of the world with low sunlight.

Try to let go of the anxiety. Eyes change slowly, and with some regular measurements you’ll be able to see if there are any issues that should be addressed. It’s usually easy enough! 🙂