About Me: Female, 40, Lyndhurst, NJ, member since Nov 2007
I had my first retinal detachment in 1986. Lost vision in that eye. Then in 2006 I had a detachment in my right eye. Wasn't fun I can tell ya that much. I deal with floaters and cobwebs. I have a cataract that causes blurry vision but they won't do anything yet. I also
[More] have macular edema and a macular pucker. Life's hard but I have a wonderful husband and a little boy who I cherish. Don't take advantage if your eyes. You don't get new ones
You could just eat em up couldnt you, many times I read the posts and want to say bring them to me and I'll return them when they are sleeping properly or potty trained or have stopped those tantrums , you never stop loving children I adore the way you feel like that forever....
Dear Cristian's mom...
I do appreciate your information... Thank you very much. I will contact the Dr. & inquire further... Thanks again. You seem like a positive person with a pleasant personality... I envy your enthusiasm for life! Keep up the good work!
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