Well, monocular diplopia
is not really something that a neuro-ophthalmologist works on since this type of vision problem would not be caused by a central (brain etc) issue but rather will, most likely, be localized to the eye itself.
I think the next person you should consult would be a pediatric ophthalmologist. The are experts on double vision in both adults and children.
This issue is, in my opinion, beyond the training and expertise of an optometrist
. You should rely on ophthalmologists at this point for eye care.
Does this make sense to you?
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