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i'm a little coconut.
sitting in a coco patch.
somebody came and stepped on me.
i am squished as you can see.
i'm a nut.
i'm a nut.
i'm a nut. i'm a nut. i'm a nut nut nut.
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purpledolphingirl4 posted:
I had my eye appt today for eye pressure check for glaucoma and the usual drill was how is ur eyes and any changes. I noticed some changes since last month. It really wasn't warrented recently because I thought I might be the psych meds because some psych meds are my eyes' nemesis. So pdoc and I toyed around that. The eye doc did some tests and suspect my retina maybe up to no good. So more tests were ordered. Then they sent me over to the retina specialist to MORE tests and it was determined that my retina have detached in my left eye. They said the treatment for that is surgery and I will have a long recovery period. Thanks mom for punishing me. I've been punished enough.

Can the world stop spinning and let me off I can't take any more setbacks. If you don't hear from me tmw, it means I may be in the hospital for my own safety.
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snowyowl33 responded:
(((((((Beej))))))

How are you doing today hon??? I hope things are a bit better for you... have you spoken with your pdoc to let her/him know what's going on in case you need a med tweek?

I really feel for you hon.....you have been through so much and now this!..... However you will get past it, and we are always here for you....reach out to all support systems, and let people help....

Big Hugs!
Snowy


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