Life throws curves from time to time. And, out of the blue.
We've turned the corner and my middle daughter's sight is returning. From white and lined, to total darkness in the blink of an eye. Well, two weeks actually and it seems like much longer. Poor girl was scared, frustrated and literally could not do much of anything. Even eating was hard until she figured out that a sandwich or something like it was easier than using utensils.
After hospitalizations and many doctor visits, IV steroids, MRI's and the like, color is returning and she can now read in one eye and see shadows in the other. Her neurologist said he has only seen one other patient in his career, that lost sight in both eyes at once with her condition. Very rare, but it always seems to be unless you're the one with it.
She has struggled so, but has made it to the other side; a real trooper. Neurologist will follow up with her every six months and if no other symptoms after 5 years, he will say it is not MS.
We are over the moon. This has been a trial for all of us. Blue skies shining down on us.
Thanks to all of you.