by Bruce Cunningham
(Barrie Ontario Canada)

Had a tube shunt placed in my eye about 8 months ago. My pressure has been controlled well; appx 16 most of the time.

Since the surgery my vision has become extremely hazy. I can see but it is like looking through a very thick fog. Quite frustrating.

I can only see well under certain lighting situations.

Being outside is next to impossible...I have tried every type of filter and glasses to correct this
but to no avail.

Doctors don't seem to know why I am so foggy.

Any insight woud be greatly appreciated

Bruce Cunningham


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Oct 24, 2019
Try Theraspecs
by: Hank

Hello Bruce--I sympathize with you. Flourescent lights in stores and the sun give me difficulty. I tried glasses called "Theraspecs" it is a pink filtering lens that is used for migraines. I have had some relief from those. You can get more information at I think Amazon also sells them.

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