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Samuel at 37 Weeks: Fellow Travelers and Traveling On

Last week I told you the story of a little preemie who remembered smelling God holding her while she was in her isolette. This week I’d like to tell you a little bit about another couple, Don and Melissa, and  their sweet boy, D. 329 more words

Family News

18th September 2012

18th September 2012

Today was a scary day. I had had my fair share of scary, nerve wracking days over the last year. In fact the last couple of months had been fairly worrying with constant trips back and forth to the hospital for blood tests every week. 3,585 more words

Postnatal

Natural Vision Part 2

In my first post I described  my experience with retina detachment in both eyes, one week apart. It was quite devastating and all of the doctors and specialists were quite surprised that I managed both eyes in one week – it was rare they said. 563 more words

Detached Retina

Get Your Eyes Checked Out - PART 1

When I sustained my concussion, the last thing I would have considered was any damage to my eyes. One day I was laying outside when I noticed a cloud of flying insects beside me. 233 more words

Concussion

MS and My Retinal Detachment

      I have Multiple Sclerosis and I have also had some pretty serious issues with my right eye lately which, surprisingly enough, have absolutely nothing to do with each other. 578 more words

Magrabi ICO Cameroon Eye Institute as of December 2014

In 2015, patients coming for cataract surgery, vitreo-retinal surgery (for retinal detachments, advanced diabetic retinopathy etc.), glaucoma filtering surgery, eye operations on children etc. will be received in this waiting room nearing completion. 26 more words

Glaucoma