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Panic and paranoia

It’s been a bad couple of weeks on the eye paranoia front.  On a scale of one to ten (one = I don’t even think about my eye issues, and ten = ringing Moorfields and looking up train times whilst trying to breathe evenly in order to calm my pounding heart), I’ve probably been about a seven or eight this week.  670 more words

Retinal Detachment

Feeling Detached

This is a first attempt at hashing out some events that have recently ended with me having emergency surgery. This is the kind of thing where the staff at the hospital makes you sign a release in case you die when you are undergoing  the surgery. 778 more words

BJJ

Taking A Detached View

A few weeks ago, a male patient comes into my consulting room in order to seek a second opinion.

Second opinions can be onerous. You do not want to appear unprofessional and at the same time you do not want to miss out on the true nature of the problem. 430 more words

Examining Eyes

Dry Eyes - Causes, Symptoms & Treatment by Dr Somdutt Prasad

Dry eye is a common eye problem. In this infographic, Dr Somdutt Prasad explains the causes, symptoms and treatment of the condition.
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Eye Specialist

The ANGER issue

I CONSIDERED WRITING THIS ENTIRE POST IN ANGRY, SHOUTY CAPITALS, POSSIBLY MAKING THEM LARGER AND THEREFORE MORE ANGRY AND SHOUTY IN EACH SUBSEQUENT PARAGRAPH but according to the RNIB, text in normal case (i.e. 1,201 more words

Retinal Detachment

I can see...deeper? now

Sometime while I was in Ireland, my vision improved to the point where the world got deeper. I remember saying something to Bradley about being able to see that the clouds were layered, and I think at that point I at least partially thought that I was noticing different types of clouds on top of each other, but there’s definitely more than that. 871 more words

Janna