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Old 04-26-2012, 10:34 AM
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I am not sure- so I have to think about that some.
Even with perfect numbers Ed's pressure would spike,you would never know it then there were times that when he would spike- his numbers would shoot up indicating that he was uncomfortable.
You have to go into it knowing that ther are risk- others have had no problems at all.
Right now he is till sighted - I think we lost some- but he is happy, hungry, eating and numbers are not too shabby
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Wishing you luck with the appointment tomorrow, Craig! Keep us posted.
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Good luck, Craig. Will be thinking of you and Annie.
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Adding my good wishes and thoughts too. Judi
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Hoping for good news craig.....keep us posted.
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Good luck to both Annie and Craig at the vet's tomorrow. It sounds as though this has been pretty tough on you both.

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Good luck, Craig! Thinking good thoughts for Annie!
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we may have two choices in the near future. Either laser surgery for the glaucoma, or have the eye removed. Another eye appointment tomorrow.

It's especially upsetting because we've been able to keep her BGs in what we thought was a good 100-250 range for the last 2+ years (very few 300+ tests).
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Good luck tomorrow Craig!!!!! Keeping everything crossed for a goo outcome!!

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Shellie,
Mildred's cataract surgery back in 2005 was THE best thing I could have ever given her. She had absolutely no eye issues for the 7 years she lived with her newly implanted lens'.
The surgery and post op was a breeze for her.

Craig,
Sending good vibes your way for Annie.
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