Thinking back a while, I believe that I may have overstated my eye and all of my immediate problems at the time. I am guilty of insecurities in my life. If my overstating a subject was boredom I do apologize. I have moved on, the eye is history, many other things is a history gone by. The second site is not working out well for me, it will become history very soon. I hope to be more colorful in the future, to be more articulate, and more artistic as well (if that is possible). I hope to see you down the road, I can promise a smile and a hello. I will promise no boustrophedon as that would for sure confuse me.
Yesterday’s doctor visit went well, just some updates and questions, and come back someday. I did find out that the VA clinic that I go to has only one doctor on staff now. He is a dentist. I see a nurse practitioner when I go to the VA clinic. They are good but most of my work is outside the VA.
Ok, today was interesting. I am scheduled for eye surgery, the replacement of the lens in the left eye on the 2nd of January.
I also found from the test today that I am bleeding inside my right eye, I do not think it is really bad because it has before, but again, I am diabetic, doing insulin, and that is where the major concern is for now. I have to see a Retinologist which is located in the same office as my main eye doctor. He will decide what my next steps are and if it can be done with antibiotics or surgery of some type.
It is always something but I will go as far as I can to get back to some kind of life. This just an update on the doctor’s visits.
A good beginning is when you state on the day before an event is to happen a correction will come about. Well, the lab test scheduled today at 10:45 am did get changed. I was there when they opened and at 8:20 am I was called back, I was gone by 8:30 am. I was told that fasting was not necessary for this test. I left happy.
So now I can dedicate myself to enjoyment. I will most likely be going to a store later to purchase a few odd and ends. I have no pressing involvements today one never knows.