About Me: Female, 62, Brooklyn, NY, member since Aug 2008
I have had numerous eye surgeries for detached retina:-laser, gas bubble, buckle, and vitrectomy. Retina is re-attached, but only vision in affected eyes is counting fingers close up, cannot see the chart at all. Now I need another eye surgery to remove silicone put in
[More] to hold retina together, and surgery for macular buckle and to remove scar tissue which developed after surgery.
I have been diagnosed with Epstein-Barr virus, CMV, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthitis.
I also need another operation because I have a "universal prolapse" - bladder, uterus, and rectum. If anyone has any info on prolapse and operations to correct, please post messages.
Currently having lots of pain, numbness, tingling in toes, soles of foot, ankle, moving up to leg, also have this tingling, numbness sensation in arm going to fingers. Worried about MS. So far neurologists says tests are O.K. Please posts your experiences, and advise with any of above conditions.
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