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Gundars Berzins
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Posted: 12 April 2022 at 10:22am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Best wishes in healing and recovery.
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You got this, hoping for a speedy and easy recovery!
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Hope it goes well, JB.
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Best wishes to those amazing eyes!
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I am glad you are getting this surgery JB. I recall when Mike Nesmith got this
surgery ion 2012, it changed his life for the better. He was convinced that he
was going blind and felt the surgery gave him a new lease on life. He reunited
with the Monkees and spent his last years touring with them and also doing
shows of his own solo music. He seemed renewed.

I can't even watch people put contacts in without my own eyes watering, so I
would be terrified at the prospect of the surgery itself. I hope you are doing OK
- it sounds like a tough road, but with a great destination.


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Best wishes and a speedy recovery!
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John Byrne
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At the surgery center!

Eep!!

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William Roberge
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First step to better eye site!!
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William Roberge
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I wonder if you’ll still have floaters (or as I call them Kirby crackle)?

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Wishing you the best of luck today.
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…floaters…

•••

Removing floaters is a whole separate process. I asked!

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Wilson Mui
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It is amazing what eye doctors can do these days. My
friend who has always had eye trouble suddenly went blind
after a fall a couple of months ago. He went to the VA
Hospital to get it checked out. It turned out to be scar
tissue built up over time from a previous surgery. The
doctors burned it off with a laser and his vision is back
to what it was 30 years ago.
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