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Re: loss of sight

My main concern is and was the migraines, so oddly I haven't really focussed 
or given much concern yet to the future eye problem.  Didn't even realize I 
had an eye problem, especially since my sight came back, more or less, when the 
migraines were better.   I appreciate the prayers though.  Medicine has come 
so far, when they know what the problem is, it's finding the problem that is 
frustrating.  Either way, I'm just enjoying being able to function again, and 
enjoying each day.

In a message dated 12/6/2003 4:36:00 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Wow Noreen.  I sure hope find a way to help you soon.  That sounds so 
stressful.  And I think all on the list would have to agree with you....I 
rather lose my hearing or something than lose my eyesight.  I am a very 
visual person...couldn't imagine not being able to see.  Keep us posted on 
what you find out.  I'll put you in my prayers.

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