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Hi @MaggieO, thanks for letting us know how you’re doing! We’re grateful you joined our community and hope you will find meaningful support and information here. Please don’t hestiate to reach out anytime you have questions or need a listening ear! – Shelby, MacularDegeneration.net Team Member
Thanks for the update, @Hope! Glad to hear you’re doing well. Any weekend plans?? – Shelby, MultipleSclerosis.net Team Member
I am doing fine.
Andrea Junge commented on the post, You’re Not Dying and You Don’t Have Cancer. Why Are You So Sad? 8 hours, 28 minutes ago
Thank you for taking the time to read my article and comment, @us52609662! It sounds like you have a wonderful support system…one that did not come at a small price for your family. You are truly an inspiration to us all, beating cancer TWICE, having macular degeneration, AND being so positive! I know that statistically, people are in fact more…
Andrea Junge commented on the post, You’re Not Dying and You Don’t Have Cancer. Why Are You So Sad? 8 hours, 31 minutes ago
Thanks for your support, @ceejaybee! I will be calling you this weekend to catch up after the kids are in bed! Grief and STUFF is so HARD…humor definitely helps! -Andrea, MacularDegeneration.net Team Member
Christine Joy commented on the post, You’re Not Dying and You Don’t Have Cancer. Why Are You So Sad? 9 hours, 4 minutes ago
Wow !I love how transparent you were in this article. I truly echo some of those same feelings. So #grateful that I had the opportunity to experience the conference with you and reflect and discuss grief and STUFF. You’re truly a powerhouse. At this point when people say mean things to me my default is often humor …for me that takes the edge…
I’m so glad to hear it @hollyb! Thanks so much for the update. Wishing you many happy and healthy days ahead. Please continue to keep us posted! – Shelby, MultipleSclerosis.net Team Member
Thanks, Sammiek, for sharing your experience and knowledge of cataract surgery. I’ll pass it on. We love hearing the success stories! Thanks again, Cora Lyn, MacularDegeneration.net Team Member
I am good today, thank you!
I recently had cataract surgery. In terms of what type of lens to get, I went with the standard lens that is covered by Medicare. My understanding of the more expensive lens’s is they are more if your goal is to not have to wear glasses. They have lens that are multifocal, so you can see both distance and close, which my doctor did not recommend…
Hi @cyclone, thanks so much for updating us on how you’re doing. I’m so sorry to hear that your vision seems to have worsened – I understand that must feel frightening. One of our advocates, Cora, has written several articles on this topic that I thought you might be interested in reading:…