Jetrea Patient Success

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Pastamaker08 Says:

I had an IV of Jetrea 1 month ago. I was an 'ideal candidate' as the hole in my left eye was a stqge 2 hole, small, fairly recent, there was still traction and so the doctors gave me a 70% likelihood of success. One day after the IV the scan showed that the lid had come down and closed the hole but the hole was bigger. I had three days of light shows and then very grey sight thorough my left eye. Initially my eyesight was worse but over the month it has gradually improved. The hole is gradually closing and I will not need surgery. I have much improved eyesight now through my left eye. For me this medication has been a great success and I feel very fortunate to have had it. I have even blogged about my experience. The doctors who treated me were very cautious as I was the first patient they had treated with jetrea. They are also delighted with the result.

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Verwon Says:

Awesome! I am so very glad that it worked for you and you're regaining vision! That's fabulous!

And thank you for posting your results to share with others. Many people don't think to post, unless they have complaints!

Can you post back and update me on your progress? Thanks!

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