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Hello Peeps,

Sorry i was gone a few days my wife had eye surgery, she is doing fine.:yes: They had to fix her lazy eye.

All is well now and im back.:biggrin:

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Hello Peeps,

Sorry i was gone a few days my wife had eye surgery, she is doing fine.:yes: They had to fix her lazy eye.

All is well now and im back.:biggrin:

Glad your wifes ok Bio :yes:My wife had some laser surgery on her eyes last year and discovered that I wasn`t the young good lookin stud she thought I was :laugh:I`m trying to get the surgery reversed :laugh:

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I can't let my wife read this thread....If she finds out that there is a surgery to make me not so lazy she will have me in the doctors office pronto. :skeptic:

Glad to hear your wife is doing well :yes:

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Thanks Guys

They wife says thanks guys.

She also says that you guys are very funny.

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Thanks Guys

They wife says thanks guys.

She also says that you guys are very funny.

Hey Bio I `m glad its going well :yes:Sometimes a little humor is the best cure all :laugh:

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Thanks Guys

UpDate, she is still seeing double. hoping they can fix it.

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Thanks Guys

UpDate, she is still seeing double. hoping they can fix it.

How would they fix that ? Glad she`s doing better Bio :yes:

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How would they fix that ? Glad she`s doing better Bio :yes:

Whent the swelling goes down the eye will heal it self.:wink:

Well the wife is still seeing double:no:

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Whent the swelling goes down the eye will heal it self.:wink:

Well the wife is still seeing double:no:

Hey Bio Hows the wife doing ?? Is she still seeing double ??

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Hey Bio Hows the wife doing ?? Is she still seeing double ??

She is still seeing double, but it is getting better:yes:

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Double vision is a pain, I hope that gets better for her. I got flash burn so bad at work that I was seeing double out of my right eye for two days, I had to close that eye so I could see clearly. Please let the mrs. know I feel for her, I can't imagine how much it would suck to have that go on for so long.

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The redness is almost gone, but the stich is in her eye causeing problems, back to the doctor.

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She is doing better, she still has a hard time driving at night.

Thanks for asking.

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The wifes eye is getting better, she can see normal far away, but up close is difficult.

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The wifes eye is getting better, she can see normal far away, but up close is difficult.

Glad the hear that she`s gettin better !!!:yes:

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