Well, it's been a week and two days since my first eye surgery.I've had three surgeries in the span of 8 days and I'm still waiting to see(literally) The doctor said I should be seeing nornally within a week. That remains to be seen. I'm trying to stay positive, and not let things get me down. It's very frustrating to not be able to bend down, pick up heavy things, sleep on my left side only and not touch my face or see. I have to admit,I've broken these rules at least once maybe more than once. But with no serious repercussions. I'm hoping to be able to type this stuff myself soon (thanks Trish) and to see normally.

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Comment by Corinna on January 27, 2012 at 12:56pm

Hang in there pjredd1. Your positive attitude serves you well.

Have to admit that of all the possible complications, blindness is the more scary for me. Somehow I have trouble seeing how I could adjust to it. Ohhhhh, that was bad. Sorry!

Comment by pjredd1 on January 30, 2012 at 6:43pm
LOL..... My friends and I have been using humor like that to keep up good spirits. All and any sight jokes are welcome.

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