Today is the day where I can stop using my anti rejection eye drops! As of today I can consider myself fully recovered from my cornea transplant!
I am also past the period where the majority of the cornea graft rejections occur which should mean that this cornea transplant should last me for a long time. This also means that there wont likely be much activity on my blog unless things change will still be keeping this blog up for archival purposes.
I am now one week away from the day that I get to stop taking my anti rejection eye drops.
This also makes me day that I am fully recovered and I am also out of the time frame of which most rejections occurs.
Today marks the day that I am exactly one month away from the day I get to stop using my anti rejection eye drops.
That day will also mark the day I’m pretty much fully recovered from my cornea transplant.
Two years ago today was my official diagnosis of keratoconus. It sure shows how fast time goes by as it doesn’t quite feel like it has been 2 years since I found out about this eye condition that was going undetected all these years. This most likely started way back when I was in high school.
As of today I have put in my final refill for my anti rejection eye drops. I expect to be done with them by the time my current drops and the refill runs out.
Late post but as of yesterday im 2 months away from the day I stop taking my anti rejection eye drops.
This point will mark the point where i’m considered fully recovered. Things have been going pretty smoothly and no longer having issues with my left eye’s contact popping out.
As of today I only have 3 more months of taking my anti rejection drops.
As per usual this will mark my full recovery. Things continue to go smoothly and once I am done with my drops I will be past the time frame where the majority of cornea graft rejections occur and should be able to anticipate my new cornea to last for quite some time.
Just happened to realize that as of today I have had my RGP contacts for my first entire month.
My appointment went as expected and quicker then expected.
For now my contacts bring my Left eye to 20/30 and my Right Eye to 20/20. Things are going well in terms of my vision.
The threat of progression of my Keratoconus in my Right eye remains as does the rejection of the cornea graft in my Left Eye but for the time being I’m in really good shape again. My next appointment is in six months.
Today I have my first checkup appointment to ensure that things are going smoothly with my contacts and that the fit is correct.
Based on how things are going I expect things to go mostly ok. The incident of loosing the left contact once will be discussed but given how the replacement is going fine don’t anticipate anything major to go down.
It was expected to have a little bit of issues with my Left eye due to abnormal eye shape and if the rgp contact becomes too much of an issue i’ll just have to get to scleral contact for the left eye.Â The right eye is going perfect.