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- this is a lovely idea, Nancy. Many thanks.
Thankyou too, Lori.
I think there's only 3 stitches to the outer edge with 'plastic' looking tubing on them. He had to leave room for me to put the drops for glaucoma into it. It's still very swollen and my pupil is huge. For some reason I can't see anything out of that eye except a big blurr. I'll ask about it tomorrow when I see the ENT.
Lori - have you still got your stitches in? The doc made a small incision in the upper and lower lid, stitched it together and then takes them out next Friday as if he's fixed any normal cut. As far as I can tell, he's put these plastic things on to keep my eyelashes away from it all. Although I could be wrong.
I can't believe they kept me awake too!!!. I can understand why though - it's so your eye doesn't roll back into your head. I had enough 'juice' going up my arm for me not to feel anything and that was a Godsend.
I can understand the relief of not having as much dryness. I was forever holding my eyelid down when it was hurting and I didn't have any lube nearby.
Back tomorrow with an update.
This site is just what the doctor ordered so I know that I'm normal
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