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Old 06-12-2019, 07:53 AM   #22261
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I was diagnosed with glaucoma a couple days ago. Thankfully thereís been no optic nerve damage yet. Iím on several rounds of eye drops and some pills. Iíve had several laser treatments already to try to alleviate the higher pressure in my remaining eye. I have so little sight to begin with that this could be a real problem if untreated. I had been having headaches occasionally =over the past few months, ones I figured were the usual migraine/tension Iíve had before. Light sensitivity would affect me greatly for a couple of hours and then everything would return to normal. That did not happen a couple days ago, so I was taken to the hospital and later diagnosed with glaucoma. Hopefully something can be done about this. Iím still having pressure issues in my good eye. I am so light sensitivity that itís very hard to read/write normally, not to mention walking around. But thankfully nothing has progressed as to be unfixable yet.

Just thought you folks would like to know the reason for me not being around here much for a while. Take care.
Jeez, man, that's a rough one. Believe me I can relate with the eye issues. Laser treatments and injections every month or so, what a great time. Keep on keepin' on though, and do what the doctors/nurses say and suggest....they know what they're doing and it sounds like you're headed in the right direction now that you have a diagnosis and treatment plan.
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Old 06-12-2019, 09:13 PM   #22262
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Old 06-12-2019, 10:36 PM   #22264
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Old 06-12-2019, 10:58 PM   #22265
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I was diagnosed with glaucoma a couple days ago. Thankfully there’s been no optic nerve damage yet. I’m on several rounds of eye drops and some pills. I’ve had several laser treatments already to try to alleviate the higher pressure in my remaining eye. I have so little sight to begin with that this could be a real problem if untreated. I had been having headaches occasionally =over the past few months, ones I figured were the usual migraine/tension I’ve had before. Light sensitivity would affect me greatly for a couple of hours and then everything would return to normal. That did not happen a couple days ago, so I was taken to the hospital and later diagnosed with glaucoma. Hopefully something can be done about this. I’m still having pressure issues in my good eye. I am so light sensitivity that it’s very hard to read/write normally, not to mention walking around. But thankfully nothing has progressed as to be unfixable yet.

Just thought you folks would like to know the reason for me not being around here much for a while. Take care.

I’m very sorry to hear this my friend. I hope that treatment will help you. I’ll make a prayer for you. Stay strong.
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Old 06-13-2019, 07:20 AM   #22266
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I was diagnosed with glaucoma a couple days ago. Thankfully thereís been no optic nerve damage yet. Iím on several rounds of eye drops and some pills. Iíve had several laser treatments already to try to alleviate the higher pressure in my remaining eye. I have so little sight to begin with that this could be a real problem if untreated. I had been having headaches occasionally =over the past few months, ones I figured were the usual migraine/tension Iíve had before. Light sensitivity would affect me greatly for a couple of hours and then everything would return to normal. That did not happen a couple days ago, so I was taken to the hospital and later diagnosed with glaucoma. Hopefully something can be done about this. Iím still having pressure issues in my good eye. I am so light sensitivity that itís very hard to read/write normally, not to mention walking around. But thankfully nothing has progressed as to be unfixable yet.

Just thought you folks would like to know the reason for me not being around here much for a while. Take care.
Sorry to hear about that. It's not easy to live with having glaucoma. I hope things improve for you!
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Old 06-13-2019, 05:47 PM   #22267
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Thanks, folks. The pressure in my good eye is way down, so I'm in no danger for now. Have another appointment in a week. Just trying to get used to the side effects of these drops. It's great to be able to see again.
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Old 06-14-2019, 08:14 AM   #22268
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Old 06-14-2019, 09:09 AM   #22269
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Old 06-14-2019, 04:01 PM   #22270
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Been a crazy first few months. Fire alarms pulled/set off at night, window vandalism, screaming neighbours, someone died in a stairwell, police/fire showing up, etc.. Thankfully things have calmed down for now.

But as to my apartment, I'm used to it, mostly. It doesn't feel as cozy as the old place. Bachelor vs. one bedroom. But it's affordable and I can get to most of the places I usually like to get to. Some of the neighbours are annoying, but when aren't neighbours annoying? Laundry in the building is a real plus, too.
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Old 06-14-2019, 09:40 PM   #22271
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Feel for you gweeps and wish you the best. I am at risk for glaucoma so quite frankly your posts freak me out.
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Old 06-14-2019, 09:59 PM   #22272
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Feel for you gweeps and wish you the best. I am at risk for glaucoma so quite frankly your posts freak me out.
Hope you don't get it.

My sight is only in one eye with 5% so I suppose I shouldn't be surprised this showed up.
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So "Hamilton" was quite amazing. And after the show my friends and I went out to dinner and I had some delicious crab cakes. Thought you all would like to know
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