I was browsing the internet today trying to figure out the cause of my strange vision symptoms and i stumbled across an old post by you on the medhelp site regarding wavy vision while outside.
you described my symptoms to a tee and I as well noticed the vision changes at around the 2nd month of pregnancy. I was just wondering if it went away for you after pregnancy?
if it's not to much of a hassle you could leave me a quick response at ***@****
it is just so relieving to find someone out there who had the same vision issues as me....when i went to the eye doctor to get my eyes checked, i was trying to explain it to him and i think he thought i was doing drugs! :)
Just a quick note to say hi! I know it's been a while since you posted, but I was wondering if your sister ever had the gardasil vaccine (HPV). I do know that there are other gardasil girls that are suffering with diarrhea as well. You can read some of their stories on truthaboutgardasil.org I do hope that she is better now! Best wishes to her!
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