I've joined ted www.tedct.co.uk and I got my mmebrship pack through. There's some good stuff in there and I've asked them to send me some posters so I can put htem up in my hospital where I'm receiving treatment The drs there have never told me that there was a charity out there I guess I should of done a lot more research but I think i've just been plodding on and waiting for things to get better. I'm desprate to get married but won't even consider it until my 'scarery starey' eyes have been sorted out. Does anyone know anything about decompression surgery? It seems to be the thing I need but looking at the info on the web it seems that this will only be done if the patients vision is in danger and I've got nothing wrong with mine I do wear a prisum for my left eye but this is just stuck onto my light reactive sunglasses, as I have double vision without it
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