AGI Good to hear that an optician put you on the right track. Looks like a good optician is the best way to go.
Back in 2011-2012 i did some simple tests at home with one eye. It was on a screen that was a little bad. At that time I didn’t discover any diffence between one and two eyes. I should have done more and longer test behind bad screens. So when i got a question from a specialist, is it any difference if you cover one eye i answered no. Which i know now is incorrect, at least for me.
Because of that i want more people with same/similar problems to cover one eye and train with bad screens.
About training with a brook string, i got this answer from a Swedish orthoptist - “In Sweden we don’t do training, we don’t believe in it. Only glasses.”
For a couple of months ago i found a specialist that maybe could be worth to meet. But because i have made a lot of progress, i haven’t book a time with him.
Use google translate to translate from Swedish.
@martin should i book a time with Tony?