Yes. Once again I am sure my 1 vs 2 answers were correct.
He did treat me for dry eye first. If what you are saying is true he has made another mistake then due to my shaking but I believe the I forced myself to firmly place my eyes and was very careful because the re-test was free.
Well it's more about the cataract itself and your answer would be speculation. Based on your answer here, I am going to ask for a quick re-check of the clear single-lens pair on an eye chart with those meds in me as he signed off as those meds were not an issue.
I already know that but if you agree that despite 7 years with the same company that there is a possibility that he could make a mistake, I will need a confirmation email providing our conversation and show it to him. The additional question would only be speculation anyway. There is no sign of macular degeneration in either retina. The question is that if the left eye has a slight cataract and not really affecting me much at all, in a normal male, what is the expectation in years before it will be a major problem and is Lutein the answer? Lutein as I understand is just about the retina and not the lens. Maybe Billberry would be better.
Will I get this conversation in an email?
OK! Firefox won't allow a copy and paste but I will read what is said about Bilberry on the container, I am already taking it to re-absorb sugar for dieting "Bilberry received great notoriety in Europe when Bilberry jam was fed to Royal Air Force pilot's who flew nighttime bombing raids over Germany, Billberry is intended to provide nutrive support for normal, health eyes and circulation. Due you agree with the use of Bilberry even if there is no guarantee that it will slow down the cataract, as you said "reversal is impossible"?