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Phase Two

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Date: Fri Apr 28 1:42 AM, 2006
RE: crosslinking good eye
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Remarkable person and my personal friend! We seem to have happy members who have worked out what the internet is for! ...thats why they they are happy!

Being stuck on the other side of the screen and being stuck with an disorder which we are learning about all the time can be made easy with just knowing about everything in KC, from that then we can manover around the obsticles, put things together, make improvements ect.

Your work is not over Yarsky, you don't get away that easily!...you must now settle down young man... and yes marriage is like a life sentence, although we do want to see a lot of little Yarsky's running around!

I would really like to know what your worst eye refracts to now, and BTW, i must send everyone a link to a unique company I found about that...


-- Edited by QuintriX at 03:22, 2006-04-28

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Date: Fri Apr 28 3:57 PM, 2006
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Hi Quintrix, I'm so glad we're having this place....

You say many little Yarsky's..... I work on it

About refractions....I remember you said you have an optician who lets you chose yourself on the machine that measures the acuity...That's what I'm dreaming of! For doctors and opticians here are so unflexible....I'd like to strat with -2 D and go progressively to biger numbers and stop where it is the better but not perfet...and than probably a bit better....They start from already big number and ....this is no good. If I want to correct only the miopic part of the KC vision, and not nesessarily "to the hilt", just a couple diopters more....It is so difficult to run this program in reality....



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Date: Sun Apr 30 5:51 PM, 2006
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Its too time consuming for them to do it that way... although the adjustment for astigmitisum is very easy to do for the patient by themselfs.


...And the center i went to for refraction did my refraction twice with two different opticians... so to double check that the optimum correction has been given... now that is very rare to be tested by two optician one after another... or it could be its because it was just for me like that...


I think doing a refraction very slowly is very important... as otherwise your with glasses that could have been better for no reason... I think its very difficult to get this across to someone who does not have kc and also to someone whos job it is to know about these things, luckily, i have "shopped around" for a better service. And i can tell you that its payed off for me.... more than i could have imagined.

-- Edited by QuintriX at 17:56, 2006-04-30

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Date: Mon May 1 4:37 PM, 2006
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Hi there Yarsky,
Sorry but I missed your latest post altogether-- It is very pleasing to hear that you have improved so much.
It really seems Cross-linking is starting to take its place as a valid treatment option. This can only be of benefit to the KC community, up untill now our plate has been very empty.
I truelly believe that its because of you and people like you (Those who step up and speak about all aspects of the treatment) -- that this particular procedure is getting the attention it deserves, in the public arena at least.
I've said this before but you constantly amaze me Yarsky with your in depth knowledge of the science behind your treatment. You are an invaluable resource for anyone contemplating taking the path that you decided on.
Another thing I've noticed is that you tell things straight as you see them, the good and the bad. There is no political spin to your posts. I like that.
I wish you continued improvement,

Best regards,
Hari

-- Edited by Hari at 16:39, 2006-05-01

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