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Posted by Sandra
on February 06, 2000 at 14:36:51:
I do not know which is worse, the visual impairment brought on by a doctor that lied and cut the inferior oblique, which has caused severe vertifical and horizontal dyplopia, nystagmus, and is a challenge for any surgeon to possibly fix, acutally they can only hope to possibly fix the forward gaze but with difficulty or the anxiety of living thru this, no help from the government, fighting for disability, I get so nervous and suffer anxious feelings of having to meet everyday challenges that I do not know which is worse, anxiety or the impairment. ARe there any others out there, I am a divorced mother of a 9 yr old, and we are trying to make it with a lot of prayer have been in lititgation for a while,but thats another story of course. But somedays are hard, anyone else out there with this same thing, to have this happen overnight to you at the hands of a doctor is a little hard then learning to deal with it. Let me know.
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