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So I see well just next day after the vitrectomy. But it was the second operation one year ago. How fast do you started to see well is very individual and it depends on the condition of your eye. My first vitrectomy (2002) was very difficult because my retina was detached and I hadn’t laser therapy. So I started seeing well one week after it. And I lost my vision again two months after it. Any way now is aright. My second vitrectomy was easier. My right eye had full laser therapy and the retina was good and I had only very huge blood flow.
I hope that everything will be aright with your eye.
I ‘ve been waiting for news.
I hope that every thing will be aright with your eyes. I don’t know how is your vision now, but I hope that much better than my was. Before vitrectomy I had seen almost nothing and my mum had led me, next day after it I saw almost normal. Of course I afraid abut my future but one year after an operation every thing is aright. As I wrote on group now I see ten rows:). Good luck and I ‘ve been waiting for news;)
You should do something special like climb that peak in Yosemite to mark your entry into the quarter century club. Until I started working for JDRF I'd never really even considered my diabetic anniversary. This February while I was in DC lobbying members of Congress for diabetes research funding I celebrated my 25th year w/ type 1. I told all the members of congress that their anniversary present to me could be to ensure that the funding for the Special Diabetes Program was renewed. Lets hope they keep their promises...
Lynda, here is giving you a warm and friendly welcome to TuDiabetes.com. This is a very neat site/blog that we all use to help and support each other. I hope to see you and your participation often. If I can be of any assistance please feel free to ask. Again, welcome aboard!!
Lynda, let me tell you, my family is loaded with diabetics. My paternal grandparents, several aunts and uncles, cousins, my parents, but out of my siblings I am the only one so far. I had one cousin who passed away from a diabetic coma, She was 29 and took her dinner insulin and laid down to rest for 1/2 hour until she could eat, and never woke up. She remained in coma for 1 year the passed.. I had one cousin diagnosed at 9 months old, she is in her early 20's now. I had one cousin went in a reaction driving a motorcycle and crashed he remained in a wheelchair the rest of his life. There are more stories... Our local hospital did a research study on my family several years ago. Talk to you soon, Linda
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