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Thanks for requesting me. I'm glad the folks at Wills treated you well -- I knew that they would.
what do you think of the things i have told you by the way i go to johns hopkins
I like what the Wilmer eye doc said. It is good that you are mosty straight and he feels it will get better with time. Since you are only a few degrees away from fusing the image I agree that it would be wise to give it more time before rushing to do anything else.
If it doesn't improve after a few more months or so you have lost nothing by waiting......
After all you have been through it is a "good thing" that you have enough vision left in your eye that you're having to deal with this issue at all :o)
i don;t really feel that way i feel if it would be black i would't have problehem with double do you think i made right decision in choosing glasses only and let it heal naturallyalso do not rush into surgery
absolutely! You made a very good decision -- one that I most likely would have made in your place. And, while I know that eye is giving you issues it is always better to have some vision just in case something should happen to your "good" eye.
Anyway, I am glad to see that you seem to be in good hands, have a number of backup choices if needed and seem to be on your way toward single vision again in the future.
i hope your right at least i don't have irretractable double i guess that means there is something that could be done
yup. And if it can be done the folks at Wilmer can do it
now i am trying to get that contact out of my bad eye i do not understand how it got in there as i came home and both contacts were in case
After all your eye has gone through cataract formation was a forgone conclusion. They also form naturally in everyone as we age.
i did have cataract surgery i thoght at first it was the iol that came out but was not the case it i guess was one of my contacts very strange though i would like to wear glasses only because with my vision its hard to put ot in and take it out i am glad you think very highly that this issue will be resolved
I do believe, from what you have told me and from what you said the Wills Eye Hospital MD told you, that you have an excellent chance of all this clearing up and you regaining single vision in the future.
again i am going to wilmer at johns hopkins i guess it is better for the eyes to adjust naturally with the brain adjusting than rushing into surgery
Oops.....Wilmer, Wills....they both start with a "W"; Guess I'm getting old and can't keep my University programs straight anymore :)
If they will adjust on their own that is always better then surgery. If they don't, then you can always have surgery but it is best not to rush into the knife.
so you are with me let brain adjust naturally instead of rushing surgery
Yes. Very much so.