*****Orbital Decompression Update*****

 

Just thought I would come through to do an update. It has been a while since I have did a blog and I thought this would be the perfect blog to do as an update.

It will be three years on the 5th of December that I have had the ORBITAL DECOMPRESSION SURGERY and I have to say I could not be more pleased with the results of the surgery.

However I am not done I do believe that I may have to go and have a few tweaks here and there due to the graph surgery I had a year ago where they placed Rhinoplasty under the right eyelid to help the lower eyelashes flip outward but it didn't work out the way they wanted it to and well now they want to try and fix it. I have to say that I love my doctor he is not from America but I am overly excited that he is here, I feel as if he is a Godsend to me for he has helped to fix my eyes and made them more beautiful than they were before. Bigger and Brighter than I could ever imagine them to be and I am so beyond thankful for his skills and knowledge of this illness and how to go about making me look as close to the old me as possible...

I find myself taking selfies and looking at myself in the mirror or the camera of my phone because it depends on the expression on my face my eyes look different every time I take a picture. In this picture to the right they look like they use to look before Graves came into my life and destroyed me or should I say changed my entire perception on life and those around me at that time. And the picture above they are big, round, and bright I guess because I wasn't smiling in that picture. In this picture I was getting ready to go out and celebrate a friends birthday and I have to say I had fun because I don't get out much due to asthma, graves, HypoThyroid and just always being tired due to Myasthenia Gravis. I don't have much energy to do the things I would love to do, the things I use to do in life but when I get the chance to go and shake a tail feather I go. I may pay for it the next day but I go anyway...I just rest the next day...Being someone who has this illness life can be hard especially when it comes to relationships. I was deeply in love with a man who just couldn't deal with my mood swings and lack of sex drive and well we drifted a part but we are friends now and he wishes he was still with me, but hey life happens and now that I am in a relationship with another and who treats me like the Queen that I am and I couldn't ask for anything more...

Relationships are not easy when you have Graves or any "Auto Immune Disease" for there are days when I don't even want to be bothered or want to be in a relationship but then I think about how life would be and how I would feel without him in my life and I tend to panic and well it just kind of brings me back to reality of how much I do love and how much I "need" him and it makes me think of how much he may need me... when you have an illness like Graves are just hard. You never sure where love❤ if coming from it if its real love❤ out just a fear of being alone.

I have to go to see my doctor soon and I guess we will discuss what will happen as far as another surgery to help the lower eyelid flip outward so the lashes can stop rubbing against my eye ball and risking the chance of causing infection for it is already causing that part of my eyeball to become extremely sensitive so time will tell what will happen but I will indeed keep everyone updated on what happen. I will also be starting to do my YouTube video's again soon....there aren't many updates on Orbital Decompression surgery so its like no one knows what happens AFTER the surgery so I will do my best to do more video's now that I am almost out of college I will have the time to focus on doing that until I can get my business up off the ground... trying my hand at working from home for having THREE Auto Immune Diseases the thought of working outside of my house makes me tired... Lol...


 


I am an adovate for Myasthenia Gravis for its the first Auto Immune disease I was diagnosed with. I was diagnosed with it at the age of 2 and a half years of age. I have fought this disease all of my life and after I got pregnant with my son in 1994 I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid and in 2007 I was diagnosed with Graves. I was raised to believe that all things happen for a reason so I think that I have been through the things I am going through in life to help shape me into the woman that God wants me to be in order to fulfill my purpose here while I am here and that is to help as many people as I can.... Below is a few pictures of me after my Orbital Decompression and one of me before I had the surgery...
 

~Mz. Social Butterflyy ~
 
 
 



 


 


 

 

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