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Re: miserable

Postby Chipmunk » Sat Aug 04, 2012 2:57 am

JMHO but cataract surgery is no big deal - I've had it. The lenses they implant now are RX so that you only need to wear reading glasses after you have the surgery, so you actually end up better off.
Tracy

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Re: miserable

Postby ViewsAskew » Sun Aug 05, 2012 4:55 am

Chipmunk wrote:JMHO but cataract surgery is no big deal - I've had it. The lenses they implant now are RX so that you only need to wear reading glasses after you have the surgery, so you actually end up better off.


Really????? I think I want to get cataracts!
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Re: miserable

Postby Chipmunk » Tue Aug 07, 2012 4:24 am

ViewsAskew wrote:
Chipmunk wrote:JMHO but cataract surgery is no big deal - I've had it. The lenses they implant now are RX so that you only need to wear reading glasses after you have the surgery, so you actually end up better off.


Really????? I think I want to get cataracts!

Ha! Go for the implantable collamer lenses - you don't have to have a few years of blurry, clouded vision before you get your new eyes.
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Re: miserable

Postby Chipmunk » Tue Aug 07, 2012 4:27 am

Tracy

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Re: miserable

Postby moonlight » Thu Aug 09, 2012 4:04 am

yeah I really don't drink enough anyway, so maybe its about time I started.
have been using more meds as its gone into overdrive just now , which is a pain as am at respite....and i cant sleep, would love to but it isn't happening, hence writing at 5am ,took me two hours to remember there's a computer here now lol.

don't know what type of lenses they use here ...but hey not to have to use my distance glasses will be great :-)

its summer here at last and it couldn't have picked a better week with me being at respite, it really feels like i'm on holiday
sleep is not only a dream


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