October 19th 2012 1:22 am
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...so something is working!!!!! It was blood red since last week. Here's hoping the drops continue to work and the pressure comes down.
A big thanks to Dr. Jamieson from Animal Eye Consultants for hauling Dixie's file with her to Elgin today so she'd have it, just in case. Another big thanks to Brenda from Banfield Schererville who texted our vet, Dr. Mullings, that Dr. Jamieson needed to touch base with her about Dixie. And the biggest thanks to our favorite vet, Dr. Trudy Mullings, who took time out of her vacation to call Dr. Jamieson to go over Dixie's case.
We're so very lucky to have such caring professionals in our lives.
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Nice to hear you are doing better. Hope the drops continue to make you 'feel' better.
We are close to Elgin!
Glad your eye is better ((( hugs )))
Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyy Dixie... go for it Girly !!!
And... its it so nice when people not only do their job.. but go the extra mile because they CARE.....
Love and HUGSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
Flicka ∆,,∆ & Lucas /..| Cleo (I.M.) ∆,,∆ & Pam X
I'm so happy that your eye is doing better Dixie! I hope those drops keep helping you...it sure sounds like you've got wonderful caring doctors looking out for you. And, of course, fantastic parents too! :-)
Congrats for having the Diary of the Day Dixie.
So glad your eye is doing much better Dixie! I was diagnosed with Immune-Mediated Anterior Uveitis last year and a small cataract in my left eye. Doc says we caught it early & with medicated drops it cleared up but I still have to have a daily drop in each eye to keep it at bay. When it flares up my eyes hurt and I won't eat. Mom takes me in for regular pressure checks on my eyes and so far they are doing good.
So glad you are doing so much better & have such wonderful docs taking care of you! Sending lots of PoTP!
Rain & Family