OK. Well, what this tells me is that you have a problem with the functioning of one or more of the muscles that move your eyeball.
From what you are saying, I would venture a guess that the problem is possibly with your medial rectus muscles and/or your superior oblique muscle.
Statistically speaking, the superior oblique, which is controlled by the 4th cranial nerve, is more likely to be the culprit. But, without doing a complete eye exam I can't pinpoint it any further.
I suggest you see an ophthalmologist
for a complete eye exam as she will easily be able to figure this out.
As what the prognosis is and what to do, that depends on the primary cause of your double vision.....
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