Myopia Quiz

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Result

Low

Based on this assessment, your child’s likelihood of developing myopia is: Low

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What’s Next

What’s next: Measuring and monitoring children's eye health, even from an early age, is highly recommended. For example, every additional diopter of myopia (ex. prescription change from -2D to -3D) increases the risk of Myopic Macular Degeneration, a sight-threatening eye disease, by 67%9. To have the biggest impact on managing your child's myopia, it is important to act early. An eye doctor who practices myopia management can diagnose myopia and provide treatment options to manage your child's myopia.

Learn About What Causes Myopia and How to Treat

Myopia is more than just nearsightedness.

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What is myopia and how do people develop it?

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How does myopia affect a person's vision?

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How to treat and manage myopia

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