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Cataracts & Spirometry (21st Dec 11 at 11:24pm UTC)
Not sure if this is the place for it and I can't remember if I have posted this elsewhere. Seem to remember I have put it somewhere but.............. (going senile again )
On telling my respiratory nurse I was due for an op to remove a cataract in January and that I was going to see my consultant in February, she told ne I wouldn't be able to do a spirometry test for 3 months afterwards. As a result she is going to do one before the first op in January so I can take the results with me.
I didn't know any of this as no one had mentioned it when I saw the eye blokey. I tell you this getting business is a whole new ball game and definitely not for wimps {Tongue Out}
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Re: Cataracts & Spirometry (22nd Dec 11 at 12:52pm UTC)
Your among friends and people with a memory just like yours {Wink}
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Re: Cataracts & Spirometry (22nd Dec 11 at 6:08pm UTC)
 
Your among friends and people with a memory just like yours {Wink}


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Re: Cataracts & Spirometry (23rd Dec 11 at 3:34am UTC)
Whats a memory {Confused} Im sure i had one at some point, but dont remember when {Grin} {Grin}
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Re: Cataracts & Spirometry (23rd Dec 11 at 10:47am UTC)
My memory is on a scrap of paper {Smile} ..... if I could just find it {Embarassed}
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Re: Cataracts & Spirometry (30th Sep 12 at 9:30pm UTC)
Revolutionary new trifocal lens ends need for glasses after cataract surgery

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2210481/Cataract-surgery-Trifocal-lens-ends-need-glasses-post-operation.html#ixzz27zUsCU9d

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Re: Cataracts & Spirometry (10th Mar 13 at 12:05pm UTC)
Can you read this without eye surgery? If not, here's our guide to restoring perfect right (without wearing glasses)

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2290754/Can-read-eye-surgery-If-heres-guide-restoring-perfect-right-wearing-glasses.html#ixzz2N8bWm71i

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