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A little confused after eye examination yesterday. My eye pressures have been on the high side for years. At the hospital yesterday they were 24 and 27 using the air-puff test. Then the doctor used a tonometer, which he explained was more accurate. This showed that my pressures were 18. I was even monitored at the eye clinic for many years because of my high pressures, but, thankfully, my optic nerve is fine. Have I had normal eye pressures all these years after all?
I was also told, by another consultant two years ago, that I had mild age-related macular degeneration. However, yesterday's doctor told me that there is no sign of this.
All good news, really, but a little confusing!
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