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Monday, May 2, 2011

Modern Times And Blindness

By Owen Jones

Not so long ago, it was not at all unusual to see blind individuals strolling the streets tap-tapping away with their white sticks, being guided by a dog, usually a Labrador, but I have not seen anyone like that in Britain for years, as far as I recall.

That has to be a good thing; it has to mean that we are starting to cure or at least alleviate most forms of blindness.

My aunty had cataracts for years when I was a kid in the Sixties - it was simply one of those things. Some individuals got them when they were old and others did not.

My brother's mother-in-law had cataracts in the late Nineties and she was enrolled on a two year waiting, but at least she had hope and they were going to be removed free of charge.

I do not know of anyone else that has eye trouble except myself. I could not rub my glasses clean one day and then a friend said he saw a white dot in one eye. He drove me to the hospital and the optician said that I had 'premature senile cataracts'.

Well, I live in Thailand now and he did not use those precise words. He told me that the cataracts were because I was prematurely senile.

I asked him if that was what he actually intended; he looked it up in a book and we both had a hearty laugh about it, although he never actually corrected himself. My condition turned out to be a little bit worse than just cataracts, but when I went from the local hospital to a major hospital in Pattaya, the surgeon saw me within 30 minutes and asked me if I wanted them removed.

I said that I did and she was willing to do the operation there and then. I got it postponed by 24 hours, but she would have sorted my eye out that day in a 30 minute operation, which does not need anaesthetic. I think that that was marvelous.

We have come a long way from habitually seeing blind individuals on the street and putting up with cataracts through a two-year waiting list to instant removal of cataracts by laser surgery in 40-50 years.

At least we have in the West and in the East too, if you have the money. There are still millions of individuals in Asia and particularly in Africa experiencing blindness and partial blindness for the sake of a simple 30 minute operation.

Two weeks after my surgery, my other eye began to cloud over. It was as if it had been holding on with its last scrap of strength until I got his mate sorted out. I had that one done last year and once I was permitted to remove my patch and look around me with two decent eyes again for the first time in a decade, I could not believe that I had forgotten how bright the world actually is and that I had not noticed how dingy my world had gotten.

If you are worried around an eye operation, do not be. What you will experience once you can see properly again will make all the worry seem ludicrous and if you get the opportunity to give someone their vision back, please do it.

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