LexieCat Posted February 13, 2021 Share Posted February 13, 2021 I can't say it was fun, nor that I'm feeling/seeing that great ATM, but at least it's done. I was quite relieved the anesthesiology team managed to insert my IV without incident. They refused to try to access my port, but they took my concerns seriously and honored my request to TRY to get the IV in the inner elbow before attempting to insert it in my hand/wrist/forearm (all of which hurt like hell). And the nurse succeeded, first try, for which I was EXTREMELY grateful. Anyway, I have to use three different eye drops multiple times a day and I've yet to experience any improved vision in that eye. It may take a few days, supposedly. I have to go back next week for another post-op visit. In addition, I have my routine GYN exam next week, as well as my re-scheduled orthopedic surgeon visit. And it looks like rain/sleet/snow will be going on all next week. I guess South Jersey was due--we haven't seen any serious winter weather for a few years. But annoying when I have all these appointments going on. I decided to keep my appointment for the second cataract surgery for late April. Get it all done and get new glasses to accommodate both eyes as things (hopefully) start to open up again. Judy M2, GaryG, Robert A. and 3 others 6 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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