Thank you for that additional information.
In "doctor speak" you have intermittent esotropia.
So. What to do?
There are a number of options:
1. You could wear glasses instead of contacts. This may control your eye better and keep it from turning in.
2. You could wear you contacts knowing that your eye may turn in at times but that this will NOT hurt your eye at all.
3. You could consult with a pediatric ophthalmologist (they deal with adults who have eyes that turn in etc) and see if you would be a candidate for surgical treatment.
So. What is the bot***** *****ne?
This turning in will not damage your eye or your vision at this point and there are things that can be done to help.
Does this make sense to you?
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Dr. Rick MD FACS