Yeah, it seems that I do have some kind of eye misalignment, though it's definitely a milder case. The main thing that I've noticed is an improvement in eye fatigue at the end of the day. For example, before Neurolens, I'd get to the end of the day and any high-contrast text would appear doubled like this:
After Neurolens, it seems like I don't have this issue nearly as often. Also, I did get my glasses w/ my new corrective prescription, so that could be a factor in the improvement as well. Unfortunately, absolutely zero change in regards to flicker or eye strain from it. I'm still sensitive to any sort of flickering.
I'm not totally sure of what kind of lens I got, I think it's just the standard one. My prescription for the Neurolens is:
H Prism 3.00 Bl
(I wear them all the time)
This is the only info I got from the provider, & I wasn't diagnosed specifically with exophoria or esophoria. They didn't work for me in terms of helping with flicker, but I'd still recommend trying them since they have a 6 week return policy.