Category Archives: Eylea

Cataract operation

The bathroom tiles sparkle blue and white in the bright sunshine.  My eye is drawn to the bath panel.  Yellow and out of place.  Before my cataract operation a month ago I would not have noticed this. Family and friends … Continue reading

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Customer Service

In their infinite wisdom Network Rail closed the lines from Birmingham New Street to London Euston (the Virgin fast trains) over the May Bank Holiday weekend. Work on the line! Luckily the slower, cheaper line from Birmingham Moor Street station … Continue reading

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Eylea – a new treatment for WMD

There was a delay in hearing the results of my last eye scan and I was becoming anxious. Then all of a sudden I was told by the hospital that I had been approved for the new drug Eylea to … Continue reading

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What is Macular Degeneration?

The Macular disease Society defines Macular Degeneration as ‘Macular Degeneration (MD) or macular disease are collective terms for conditions which lead to a loss of central vision due to damage to the macular, a small part of the retina which … Continue reading

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