|. on Mar 28, 2016 @ 09:42 pm|
I have nothing serious, but I do wear glasses. I am near sighted.
|Blind or VISUALLY Impared on Mar 28, 2016 @ 09:55 pm|
I can only see out of one eye
|cataracts on Mar 28, 2016 @ 10:06 pm|
I have Cataracts in both eyes I have to get surgery soon I used to have great vision then my vision went all at once the doctor told me when that happens it's a sign that you have diabetes or high blood pressure I got checked for both of these but, didn't have either of them the eye doctor gave me glasses within 2 years my eye sight got so bad I went to see the eye doctor this year he says that I have cataracts waiting to go see him again in June if I'm not blind by then LOL they take so long to do anything
|Hi on Mar 29, 2016 @ 01:32 pm|
You must be getting so frustrated. There is no help or cure for what I have. It can stay stable or I go blind slowly. It sucks
|@Chikita on Mar 29, 2016 @ 04:16 pm|
A friend I met through a FB game has the same condition. She has slowly been going blind for about 5 years. She still posts on FB using a talk to text app. I find her extremely inspiring. She finds way to laugh about her condition, and at herself.
|Voiceover on Mar 29, 2016 @ 05:26 pm|
I use voiceover on my iPhone. I can a bit but not enough
|Retinitis Pigmentosa on Mar 29, 2016 @ 05:33 pm|
I actually know what that is, there was a model on ANTM who had it. I'm so sorry!
I only have astigmatism and slightly bad eyesight, but my husband's grandfather is blind due to a rare eye condition.
|Hi on Mar 29, 2016 @ 08:26 pm|
It's all good... It's frustrating at times but it could be worse
|post cataracts on Apr 01, 2016 @ 09:43 am|
I developed cataracts in my 20's. If I had a dime for everyone who asked me how I damaged/injured my eyes, I'd be rich. I didn't: no eye injury, no diabetes (yet), nothing else strange. They developed slowly, but got really bad by the time I was 42. So I had the surgeries - thing is that I also had bad eyesight -6 and astigmatism - and that caused me problems post-op with seeing well. Took me a year to adjust to my new 'sight' and some things (like shaving under arms) that I can never see again. I also get light halos from street lights, car lights etc that used to give me migraines that first year. I spiraled into depression and quit my job - because I was having trouble processing what I was seeing at first. I used to get so angry at what I couldn't see anymore - little things - like putting on make-up, my camera, etc. Better now - but it was a bumpy ride.