Rhonda’s story I'd like to share some of my recent events. I am from Massachusetts, USA. As a member of KeratoconusGB I have been posting my updates there, and now I am sharing my story with the wider world in the hope that it can helps fellow keratoconus folk. If I had Keratoconus 25 years … Continue reading Keratoconus – my story by Rhonda, USA
Hello - I am a KC'er since 1998 - a long time. I started the first support group in India. This is just an outpouring from a KC'er in his day to day life when not wearing lenses. This is the outcome when an incident happened to me during my off lens time in the kitchen.... … Continue reading Keratoconus- my story as a poem by Shiv, India
A question we are often asked on our Facebook page and group and on Twitter- can I travel with keratoconus? Can I fly? Commercial airline cabins expose passengers to reduced atmospheric pressure, reduced oxygen availability, and dry air. However if you are careful there is no reason at why you cannot travel. Contact lens wearers … Continue reading Keratoconus – can I fly with contact lenses?
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Hi, my Name is Christian. and I'm new here. I am male, 29 years old and I live in Malaysia. Here is my keratoconus story: As far as I can remember, I started wearing glasses at the age of 14. back then it was only L:0.5D, R:0.25D.(astigmatism) with no far or nearsighted, we all thought that it … Continue reading Keratoconus my story by Christian, Malaysia
OK so this one is mostly for the ladies! Many of us like to feel good and use make up to enhance our features- we are often asked- "Can I still wear make up when I have to wear contact lenses?" or "I had a graft can I still wear make up?" The answer is … Continue reading Can I wear make up when I have keratoconus?
Hey kc'ers, thanks for reading this post. This is the latest installment in my keratoconus journey. To recap my graft was in late 2007, I had a rejection episode that was sorted out and I was fitted for a hybrid lens in the grafted eye in 2011. So far so good, but the uncorrected vision … Continue reading Keratoconus- my story- post graft op for cataract by Rae
So before I start telling you my story about having dry-eye syndrome I will explain a bit about it for those who haven’t had any experience of it: Dry-eye symptoms Pain Light sensitivity A gritty sensation A feeling of a foreign body or sand in the eye Itching Redness Blurring of vision At times you … Continue reading keratoconus & dry eye by Wendy D