Hi Nancy, yes I was kind of shocked when they said here is a Clonazepam 0.5mg to help relax you before the surgery. I said oh yeah right do you know that I lived on 1 mg of this stuff daily for 2 years as this is part of the treatment for hemifacial spasms. I played tennis on the stuff, biked, whatever. Wasn't much of a comfort thinking this was my premedicated surgery medicine!! I did of course get all of the numbing shots but some of them didn't work that well and had to be repeated throughout the 2hour surgery. Still I thought it was a piece of cake compared to other surgeries I have done and just hope that it lasts. She said she couldn't guarantee that as with most surgeries like this so if it has to be done over later on then so be it. They didn't use the screw in my eye like they did yours but if I have to do it again I will check into that since the canthopexy didn't hold and this lateral suspension may not hold either. Too bad these so called "permanent" fixes aren't always permanent but she said aging faces go south and same for the eyes. I believe sometimes even the T3 surgeries need revamped if the person is brave enough to go through it again later in life. Fun, Fun. My glass is just overflowing right now and I am LOVING life....couldn't be better. (and no I'm not being a smartie....I mean it.) Thankful to have this one behind me and looking forward to a wonderful summer with the kiddos. Disneyworld here we come!
Nancy and Debbi,
Thanks for the well wishes.
Your yard looks amazing on your blog! My wonderful husband had my entire yard mulched while I was away. Now he's all gimped up with a pulled neck. Between the two of us we look like we've been hit by a car@lol.