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Old 04-22-2013, 08:15 PM   #15
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Surgery went well, happy pills are keeping me comfy. Post op exam in the morning then home to heal. Have oil in the eye this time, I pray for a positive outcome.

Thank you to everyone for their support means a lot.
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Eye surgery is always an "iffy" thing. Hope to hear good reports from you in the future!
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Old 04-30-2013, 12:55 PM   #17
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2nd post op checkup today. The retina is fully attached and once again I can read the large E on the chart and walk for a while using only the weak eye. Next check is the 14th.
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Old 05-01-2013, 10:18 AM   #18
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Adapt, improvise, overcome.
Long ago I adopted this from Heartbreak Ridge.

Since my eyesight has been compromised, it has served me well. This morning I drove my 28' class A motorhome into town, parked in the supermarket lot and returned home to it's parking spot. Even got it right where it was within an inch or two side to side, right on front to rear!!
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2 weeks post op. Occasional discomfort from the buckle but not too bad. Sight is a bit better each day and op eye's vision is slowly trying to line up with the good eye. Hopefully the double vision will soon be gone, no guarantees but life's like that. the pupil is starting to return to normal size, that may never happen but..
Now when I say better sight, I mean better than zero. I can read QWERTY from a foot away with enough light, Because I'm looking through silicone oil things are a bit off. The oil should go eventually but once again, no guarantees.
Baby steps...
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We are reading your updates. Thanks for keeping us I formed on your progress. We hope things continue to improve for you.
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Stay with the updates, we are all pulling for you...
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Sure hope it continues to become a better report daily.
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