I'm in hospital with a spinal injury, waiting to find out if surgery is needed. Apparently I'm at threshold between it'll heal fine with rest or one wrong step and you're paralyzed.
I can't take more than a couple of stops and best case scenario is a few months of physio therapy.
It's proving to be one hell of a few weeks here.
Yeesh! Upper spine, lower spine, cervical spine?
That's the kind of news I got when I had my fractured vertebra.
I just got the final verdict on my left eye. The distortion is from the seriousness of the detachment. The surgery was the best that could be done under the circumstances. So I effectively can't read or discern details with my left eye. The headaches and occasional pain are a side effect of the surgery and my brain trying to make the best of it. But I have one good eye, so I can drive and work. An eye patch is too much because I like depth perception and the right eye with my glasses sees so well that it's not too bad.
But centering text in speech balloons is really hard these days.:D
The left eye is like a funhouse mirror. Not quite double vision, like one and a half vision with one side slipping over the other if I try to focus or wear my glasses. And I was just getting used to the wonderful sight my cataracts surgeries had left me.