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Nidhi Shetty: Hi, I’m Nidhi Shetty and I’m 25 years old. I’m from Mumbai (that’s in India) and I’m a nutritionist by profession… I was diagnosed with glaucoma in September 2010, and then it got worse very quickly. Post June 2011, I could see that, I could see halos around lights and I could not see clearly and the headache was getting all the more worse…And I was prescribed a number of medications which kept changing because I couldn’t tolerate some of them…

So I just googled the -new treatment for glaucoma- and coincidently I came across Dr. Richardson’s website because I think he has a site title with the same name and that was my key search words in Google, so I came across his websites. And so I got back to Dr. David Richardson with all my sort of questions. And almost literally everyday I’ve been asking him 5 to 10 questions and he wrote back to me with the answer for each and every question I asked him…

I just weighed the options and then I thought nothing is more important than the vision right? So, I’m just 25 and I have a long way to go. I first got my right eye operated because the vision was really getting worst on that. And the, within two days after, the next day itself the bandage was removed and the, I took another two days to just recover from the whole thing. Then we had decided that we’ll get the left eye operated after a month. But unfortunately the pressure had shot up to 56, and seeing the, how good the healing was on the right eye, Dr. Richardson suggested that it’s better undergo the left eye surgery ASAP. Because it would just end up making the vision worst if I waited for one more month,

Once I’m back to India, I think there are a lot of doctors waiting for me to get back there. I’m like the guinea pig there right now for canaloplasty because I had taken five or six opinions before I came down here from different doctors. Because I couldn’t believe this was happening to me, first of all. And, so I just wanted to confirm that it is glaucoma and that there is no other option available in terms of surgery. Once I go back I’m sure I’m going to tell them how it has helped me. And then I would be there for them in front of their eyes to see. So I think that would convince them. And this should be good I guess, at least I might not be able to make a change but even if few people are aware of this because of me, it would be great…

…I don’t regret the decision of coming here and getting the surgery done – at all. I’m truly very happy.

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