Hi Dukey, just wondering if you ever return to the MedHelp Eyecare forum and if so, how your vision is going as it's been a few years since your PPB surgery?
There are several other users who are in the PPB-candidate camp who would love to know your longer-term results from the procedure. We are all nervous about similar issues as you were and any feedback would be great. Also, what was your opinion of the 7-MX prescription from Denmark - did you elect to continue taking it? Have you determined whether it's brought you benefits? Thanks in advance for any feedback you can share.
Hi, I have read a few of your posts and wondering how your eyes are doing now. If you don't mind me asking, do you live in Texas? If so, do you have any recommendation for a good retina specialist? Thanks.
My 7 year old son has been diagnosed with very high myopia and he has gone from -1.5D to -5.0D in one and a half year. I heard about 7-mx and tried to see if anybody has seen some success with slowing down progressive myopia?
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