You are having myopia of -4 dioptres in both the eyes since school days. The treatment for this condition includes:
Use of spectacles.
Use of contact lenses
Laser refractive surgeries like LASIK.
Refractive errors of more than -6 dioptres is called pathological myopia and are hereditary in nature. This can be seen in children if one or both the parents are affected with myopia.
In your case, the refractive error is less than -6 dioptres. So, there are less chances of your child getting myopia. But it cannot be ruled out completely. Regular eye examination for the child is necessary after birth to rule out myopia.
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Keratoconus is a genetic disease, and it depends on both the parents. As you did not show any inheritance, there may be chances that your kids will not show it.
Moreover, your husband does not have it, so you are on a safer side. Read full
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