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Re: Another OT


Neither actually. The specialist my parents took me too said I grew so
fast that my eyeballs literally got stretched (front to back) to the
point that nothing will focus on the retina. But the deterioration
slowed down on it's own when I quit growing. Since I don't ever remember
having 20/20 vision, it's not like I really miss it. Must admit it would
be nice to be able to read street signs and such, but oh well - I
manage. I found my way to Jesse's and to Hot Springs this past summer,
so obviously I've learn to compensate. But I'm grateful for what I do
have. Being alone I have to be able to manage myself. So I feel blessed
regardless. Thanks for your concern, haven't told that story in many
years.


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Cersgarden@aol.com
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sun, 23 Nov 2003 17:03:05 EST

>Pam, I'm so sorry to learn of your sight limitations.  Was this due to 
>disease or accident?  I lose any of our senses is such a loss.  My husband has worn 
>hearing aids for sometime (industrial noise injury) and I find it is so 
>difficult to deal with at times.  After repeating something 3 times or more one just 
>declares  it unimportant.  I am concerned to be away over night as he hears 
>nothing when he removes the devices at night.
>    As you no doubt know, at this time there is nothing to cure or arrest 
>M.D.  I am taking a eye antioxidant containing lutein which is a non-prescipt 
>over the counter combination of vitamins & minerals  thought to promote healthy 
>vision.  However, my dr says they may find 10 yrs down the road it did nothing 
>or even caused deterioration.  My brother lives in Calif and the drs there are 
>telling him the same and we compare notes with each visit.  Do you take the 
>lutein mixture?  My husband takes it hoping to maintain vision.  I guess he 
>will be my eyes and I will be his ears as our loss progress.
>    Ceres
>
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A



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