My son is detected with hypermyopia with power of +1.5. Can it be cured with medicine or exercise?
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Age is 17 years 10 months.
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With medicines or exercise, it cannot be cured. He should use glasses or contact lenses. Otherwise, can go for refractive surgery also but once his refraction gets stabilized.
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