Marla - Fantastic news and long may it continue! ~hugs~
Had my appointment and was totally unprepared for getting a canular (spelling?) put in and being injected wtih dye! >.< I have a horrible fear of needles and to make it worse, I have really bad veins (seems to be a family problem) so took them a couple of attempts to get one in. They tried the backs of my hands but kept missing the veins but finally got one into the side of my arm. The radiologist doing the tests said that he can see the yellow deposits and that my left eye is worse than my right. He also said that the doctor was leaning away from it being caused by the Plaq and that it wasn't active at the moment. So I'm wondering if I have the beginnings of macular degeneration even though I'm a bit on the young side. The Radiologist did say that they dont' expect to see what they're seeing until old age. I know that trying to self diagnose on google is never a good idea but I really can't help myself, I just like to be prepared!
So the tests were horrible and I don't have any results yet, that's the best update I can give just now but will let you know more once I do.
Other than that, I had to go see my general doctor yesterday as I now also have Strep throat so am feeling a bit sorry for myself ~lol~
Hope you're all well and thank you so so much for the support here, you all keep me going somedays I swear ~tight hugs for everyone~
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