Thanks for that extra information.
Let me explain what the doctor means when she says that she can do squint surgery but that after 6 months or so your squint will return.
Since you have such poor vision in your affected eye there is no stimulus for your brain to keep both eyes pointing in the same direction. In other words, your brain doesn't care where your, mostly blind, eye is pointing since it can't see well enough out it anyway.
Sure, the muscles can be moved to get your eyes to point in the same direction, but without the long-term help of your brain holding the eyes in position they will just drift apart again.
So. How can you look normal? The most aggressive thing to do, if you are blind in that eye (and I don't think you are...just really bad vision, correct?) is to remove the eye and get an artificial eye.
You could also get a cosmetic contact lens
that fits on your globe and makes your eye look like it is pointing straight ahead when it is not.
Take home message? Your problem really is a tough nut to crack and has no easy solution. Sorry about that :(
The best place to go for a solution to your problem would be a University Teaching Hospital where a large group of super-sub specialists can all get together and approach your problem from a lot of different angles at once.
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