With orders from my ophthalmologist, I am to limit the use of my right eye which means less Trainzing, or use of the computer - basically anything requiring heavy use of my eye.
A week ago I had burry vision in my right eye which I initially thought was a generous sized thumbprint on my glasses. I took my glasses off to clean them, but the blur was still there. I rubbed my eye, blinked a few times and it went away. When I woke up the next day, my right eye was tearing like I was on a crying jag all night, except for one eye only. I blotted up and everything was fine. That night, however, and the next day was not so benevolent as I ended up in extreme pain in that eye like I had a piece of cat fur or grit in the eye.
I then called my eye doctor who had to send me to another office location, at rush hour no less, to see an associate because my doctor was booked solid. The diagnosis, a scary one at that, was an ulcer in my cornea. I was put on some antibiotic drops and saline drops for my eye and referred to a cornea specialist within the same doctor group. Since last week, I have had an eye appointment daily and have since visited all six of their office locations!
The eye is healing up, however, it was discovered that I have some severe corneal erosion, which means the eye is scarring and the cornea is digging away. The specialist thinks now I may need eye surgery to repair the damage and has since put in a contact lens to protect the eye from further damage.
I'll update the community when I am able to, but I'll be away most of the time.