The very, very small change in her Rx should not be causing any problems at all. That being said, if the glasses are new, and you have not already done it, it might be useful to go back to the optical shop and have them checked out to make sure they are centered correctly on her face, the lenses
are made correctly and are the correct power.
Mistakes are made more often then we like to admit, especially when it comes to high power lenses like your daughters....
And, yes, things might look smaller/farther away to her then they would to someone who does not have her large amount of myopia...but she will adapt just fine to this optical aberration.
But, just to make it clear: I do not think your daughters behavior -- especially given her recent ocular bill of health -- represent any sort of serious problem at this time.
Does this make sense to you?
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