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my vision in the right eye is totally okay. The left eye is not so great, it gets blurry from distance (myopia?). The right eye compensates it of course, so in general my two-eyed vision is fine. But I'm very curious about the left eye. Several weeks ago I found about something super weird. When I cover my right (better) eye and look with the left eye alone, it's blurry like I said. But when I place anything, let's say a finger, very close to the bottom of the left eye, so it just slightly covers the image, my vision in the left eye becomes... perfect! It's even better than in my right eye. Same thing happens when I pull the eyelid from the left side further to the left, but that can slightly change the position of the eye, so is more understandable. How is this possible? Does the finger (or any other object) work like lens in this case? Do you think there's a chance for my eye to see better?
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