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The main symptom of esotropia is that one or both of your eyes point inward toward your nose. You may not be able to see it yourself if you have it. Other symptoms include:

  • Eyes that don’t move together.
  • Squinting, blinking and turning your head in order to see better. This can lead to eye strain.
  • Problems with depth perception.
  • Diplopia (double vision).
  • Amblyopia (decreased vision in one eye).


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