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seasonme2 posted:
ive been diagnosed with relapsing remitting ms and have had a pituitary tumor removed and have lost almost all the vision in my left eye and now the doctors are telling me that vision in my right eye is now going its so so hard for me im 29 with a 5 year old and a husband who works hard but doesnt really understand what im going through, im just wondering if anyone else has any advice or has had similar problems and could help me in any way. thank you
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hackwriter responded:
Dear season,

I'm sorry to hear that you have such serious vision problems at your age. Did the pituitary tumor cause the vision loss (I hope it wasn't the surgery)? And is Optic Neuritis responsible for trouble in the other eye?

I can't offer any advice since I don't have vision problems and never had ON. I hope someone who shares your situation will respond with some ideas. Please come here any time to vent, it is hard for our loved ones to understand what we are going through. Take care.

Kim


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