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    Super Moderator Top User po18guy's Avatar
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    You knew this was coming. Had the cataract out. New lens put in. He made certain that it was in the exact spot for best vision. Well, someone on the "team" provided doctor with the wrong lens. He had to go back in and remove it, then replace it with the correct lens. For some reason, I did not find this thrilling. At the follow up today, Dr. made it clear that there was a meeting and that certain team body parts were chewed on.

    Sign me: Mr. Anomaly

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    You must wonder sometimes surely not, why does it aways happen to me,
    NHL DLBC aggressive stage 4B advanced
    diagnosed april 09
    after 8 rchop and a couple of delays, in remission
    some long term side effects to manage post treatment
    some blips and investigations on the journey but now
    22nd oct 2014 discharged no more hospital visits


    we are all on a roller coaster ride, riding blind never knowing where the highs and lows are.

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    Well John, I spare others from having to experience it. I do not hold to the eastern teaching of Karma, but Warren Zevon's song does ring true at times like these.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvN0J6PtG0Y

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    Only you Po! That is so nice of you to take everything on so we won't have to! Just kidding, but I think you would be really surprised if something ran smoothly. I hope you are recovering well. I have some small cataracts so probably will need the surgery one day. You have given me some food for thought!

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    Quote Originally Posted by debpower View Post
    Only you Po! That is so nice of you to take everything on so we won't have to! Just kidding, but I think you would be really surprised if something ran smoothly. I hope you are recovering well. I have some small cataracts so probably will need the surgery one day. You have given me some food for thought!
    Someday, Deb, I'll tell you why I developed lymphoma in the first place. You'll understand.

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    At the follow up today, Dr. made it clear that there was a meeting and that certain team body parts were chewed on.
    Team body parts removed or replaced might have been more satisfying. Best wishes for a recovery without (additional) incidents!

    Good health,

    kermica

 

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