Post Shot Routine
Last updated: September 2022
My doctor bandages the eye after the shot which I appreciate as that keeps me from scratching it in my sleep at night.
I prefer getting the shot as late in the afternoon as possible. My hearing aids are paired to my TV so I can listen to programs to help pass the time a bit, even though my hearing is also very defective - and becoming more so. 90+ years of age limits my options.
I remove the bandage in the morning and use dry eye drops liberally all day.
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