The first time I was diagnosed with stage 3 glaucoma was in 2013.
It was when I was 25 and living in San Francisco.
It became increasingly difficult to see.
I had a laser eye surgery in San Diego, and my condition improved gradually.
I did get better, but the first few months were difficult.
I was still on anti-inflammatories and didn’t know what I was missing.
In September 2015, I had another surgery in Sydney and it was the first time my condition worsened.
In April 2017, I underwent another surgery at the same time in London, and it wasn’t the same.
Then, in October, I went to the eye specialists at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, for a second operation.
I spent two days in the eye and another day in the operating theatre.
The procedure was a complete success and the results were fantastic.
After that, I was in the UK and then on my way to New York for a couple of months of chemotherapy.
The treatment was so good that I felt so relieved that I could go home again.
I would have missed it, but I didn’t have a lot of options.
But in May 2017, the first of the next operations came in San Jose, California.
I wasn’t even aware of the condition, but it was so bad I was scared to go to the office.
There were tears in my eyes, and the doctors had to put me in a wheelchair and put a tube in my eye to keep it closed.
I couldn’t see the outside world and my vision was so blurry.
I thought I was going to die.
I also got another surgery two weeks later in New York City and it took me almost three months to see a doctor.
My eyesight started to improve, but not as fast as it should have.
I went back to San Francisco to see the eye specialist again.
It took another three months before I was able to see again.
That’s when I started to see my eye doctor again, and he explained to me about stage 3.
He also explained to my parents what had happened to me and what had changed in my condition.
I don’t want to live with the symptoms.
I am very grateful to have had this specialist, who is a great person.
My first treatment was at Mayo Clinic, and I spent three months there.
The third time around, it was at the Los Angeles Eye Institute (LAI).
The doctors there told me I would need two more surgery.
The first was a bilateral procedure, so I had to take two glasses, but that didn’t work either.
My vision worsened again, so the second surgery was to a bilateral operation, but with a bigger tube.
This was not the right size for my eye, so they needed to do a corneal transplant.
It worked out fine.
My cornea was not fully repaired, so my eye still hasn’t fully recovered.
The eye specialists then told me to have an eye exam every two weeks.
My eye doctors said it was a good thing, because it was good to see how my vision is developing.
They gave me a list of things to do to help with my vision.
One of the things was to read a book called the Vision Quest, because my vision has a lot in common with a young person in their teens.
I have a strong interest in the science of the eye.
I read about corneas and how they work.
It is not always clear when an eye is at its peak.
I started looking for an optometrist in Los Angeles to get a clearer picture of my eye.
After I saw him, he helped me find an optometric eye doctor in Los Osos, California, and they helped me see the lightest lens possible for my cornea.
The second operation was done in October.
The new lenses were made with high-performance glass and a combination of titanium dioxide and corneocyte cells.
This procedure allows the cornea to move back into the retina, which helps it heal and repair itself.
I will have to go back to the surgery in April, but this time, my cornease will be more flexible.
My doctors have told me that it is unlikely I will need the corneoscopic surgery again, because I can go back home at the end of my term.
The cornea is a part of my retina, so when my corona is damaged or damaged beyond repair, it can cause problems with my eyesight.
The next stage is to have my eyes operated on.
There is a good chance I will be able to go home at some point.
I’ve also had some surgeries at home and at the eye surgery, and these are a lot less painful.
The surgery itself will take about four months.
After my second operation, my eye doctors were able to get my eye back on its feet and the corona was back in place.
After two more surgeries, my vision improved to the point that I’m comfortable