OT update: My 6 year old wore her patch full time for a month and it worked! She passed her vision test on Tuesday and went to school w/out her patch on Wednesday. The whole family is thrilled and proud of her! She hated that patch!
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2 Replies |Report This| Share this:News article: Eye problems decreasingClick the link to read an article posted on 11/17 reporting that the number of diabetics who say they have eye issues has dropped. <br /><br />Speaking of vision, heads up contact wearers:<a href="http://www.webmd.com/eye-health/news/20111116/more-cooper-vision-contact-lenses-recalled"> CooperVision Contact Lenses Recalled.</a> Glad it's not my brand! <br /><br />Also, check out the <a href="http://exchanges.webmd.com/eye-health-community">WebMD Eye Health Community</a> with an an expert who answers specific questions. <br /><br /><b>OT update</b>: My 6 year old wore her patch full time for a month and it worked! She passed her vision test on Tuesday and went to school w/out her patch on Wednesday. The whole family is thrilled and proud of her! She hated that patch!<br /><br />Have a wonderful and healthy weekend, <br /><br />Haylen
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