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Off to the hospital tonight for my sleep study.

That'll be fun!!!!!

Glasses

Jun. 20th, 2011 09:43 pm
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The glasses are great for the reading, laptop and knitting. But I can't see my twin monitors with them - or without my normal glasses.

Well it's back to the drawing board. Or the optometrist. For bifocals after all.

B*gger!

Glasses

Jun. 18th, 2011 09:45 pm
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I now have my new glasses - single vision lenses for close-up work, reading, knitting, computer.

Only I can't see the telly and knit at the same time while wearing them so I think I may have to get bifocals after all. I'll give them a little while to see if I can get used to them - they're a bit big for perching on the end of my nose, though.

Glasses

Jun. 11th, 2011 12:39 pm
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Have finally bitten the bullet and ordered myself some reading/computer/knitting glasses. Not bifocals or multifocals, just single vision lenses. I thought it through and decided it would be easier, especially with the twin-screen computer work. Pick them up next Friday.

Blechh!

May. 12th, 2011 10:15 pm
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Had an arthrogram and two MRIs yesterday. So on top of the MRI noise headache I had an extremely sore right shoulder. The local anaesthetic was insufficient to compensate for the doctor digging around with the needle to direct the contrast fluid to the correct part of the joint.

This morning I was very stiff and sore and couldn't move my right arm and shoulder properly. Also couldn't drive or work, so I puttered around the office doing not much of anything really.

More painkillers and Voltaren gel before bed tonight and hopefully I'll be better in the morning.

Colour me unimpressed.

glasses

Apr. 12th, 2011 09:34 pm
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Yes, I know it's black yarn but it looks like I am in need of bifocals.

Anyone who has them already like to make a comment?
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I thought it was sciatica, my doctor thinks it may be sacroiliac joint dysfunction.

Either way it is the most agonizing pain I have ever experienced, childbirth pains not excluded.

And it's not responding very well to painkillers, either.

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