Thank you Bobbi and Kimberly for your replies. It does help to know that my treatment or lack thereof is not unusual.
I should add, I saw my eye doctor yesterday, he checked for optic nerve inflammation (there is none so far) and measured my eyes for movement, very slight in the left eye. He also measured my visual field, internal eye pressure and took a photo of the interior of my eye. The pressure in my left eye increases dramatically if I look up. The superior rectus muscle of my left eye is quite enlarged and that is causing the pressure and double vision. Fortunately, there is still room there before the optic nerve will be compressed. Hopefully things will resolve before we reach that point.
He is fitting me for new glasses to sharpen up my vision and hopefully help me cope with the double vision in my left eye. He also recommended a transition lens that will darken slightly in the bright fluorescent lighting at my job. Genteal gel drops are helping enormously with the dryness and irritation.
I think the glasses will also give me some confidence, especially when speaking to a group or meeting someone new. I'm not a shy person and typically don't worry much about my looks, however, I would like people to focus on the content of my speech and not on the oddness of my eyes.
Good luck to all and much appreciation for this place to share.