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Don't know my right eye from my left....

Monday, May 13, 2013

In my previous blog I confused right and left regarding which eye I was talking about. My right eye has the wet macular degeneration and had an Avastin injection. My left eye is nearly perfect vision with dry macular degeneration.

I spent most of last weekend taking naps and looking for things I had misplaced, including most of my prescriptions.

I finally did find my best glasses on the floor next to my bed (where I found them last time I "lost" them).

I think the reason I misplaced my medicines is because I tried doing something different with them and then forgot where I put them. I think I will go back to my old system which I have been using for several years: Put the prescriptions on the windowsill behind my bed. It wouldn't be a big deal but I am on so many different ones it is hard to keep track of.

Perhaps I also have been a bit stressed regarding my eyes? Ya think?

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    I think for certain sure you have been stressed and that going back on somethings is going to take some of the stress off your back! I worry about where you put the bottles though. They do need to be in a prominant place that you will see often to remember them, but the window leaves them open to sunshine that will leech strength from them. Vision and Hearing Problems give people much more stress than they sometimes realize. Perhaps you can, temporarily destress with a good book or a movie program that absorbs your interest. Or a little meditation and breathing listening to fine music and relaxing in a hot shower or bath. Find ways that rest your eyes but works your brain for a vacation from the stress!
    IKacey co-leader of the Chair Exercise Team

    1837 days ago
    I'd be stressed too! Take care, hugs!
    1837 days ago
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