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cherishu2
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Postby cherishu2 » Wed 09 May 2007 1:30 pm

hi i am under mr pridel at the LRI.
i have my app next thurs to talk about a full graft.
i know how you feel cos i feel sick at the thought of the app let alone the graft.
hope you can get the intacs instead.

mind you i suppose waITIN list will be miles long anyhow.

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Eddie S
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Postby Eddie S » Wed 09 May 2007 3:24 pm

What are you doing under Mr. Prydal?!

I usually sit in front of him when he looks at my eyes.

Sorry, in a velly silly mood today. Spent all morning doing something and just found out I didnt need to.

Ya, hopefully I wont have to wait too long, although having had two double vision operations in the past I'm used to waiting for ops. Then you're in for an hour and out - it takes me longer to get over the general anesthetic!! Doesn't seem fair.

Good luck with the graft. Keep us posted as I'd be interested to hear the procedure at LRI (Leicester Royal Infirmary for those who dont know Leics).

By the way, do you find Mr. P easy to talk to or very 'this is what we're going to do and this is when we're going to do it?'

Good luck

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KC managed with softperm lens in left eye, Intacs (2/11/07) in right eye


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