Monday, February 06, 2012

It'a a Chalazion

Good morning. I've just returned from the eye doctor. I've got what is called a Chalazion. Basically a plugged duct. Usually, most of the time, they go away by themselves. Some, need warm compresses to help them along. Mine, of course needs extra help. The options are a steroid injection, or surgery to lance and clean out the clog. As much as I hate needles, I went with the injection. Sounded easier and cheaper. It stung like a bitch! But only for a minute. I'm to continue with the warm compresses, and it should go away in about a month. If not, it'll be surgery.
In other news, my cold is quickly fading. My stuffiness is gone, and My energy level is back. Just a cough left.
I took it easy yesterday, surfing and playing games. We also watched our Michigan State Spartans beat up our arch rival Michigan in basketball, before the Superbowl. Thought it was a good game, though I wanted New England to win. Also enjoyed the halftime entertainment.
I'm not posting Craig's newest recipe, because I didn't like it at all. It was a meatloaf, but had 3 cups chopped broccoli slaw mixed in with the meat. Didn't care for it one bit. The broccoli stayed crisp, so it was a crunchy burger. Ick!
Anyway, time to get our coffee and head out on our usual Monday morning routine....

2 comments:

  1. I hope it gets better with no more medical intervention, Wayne.

    Sorry about dinner. Sounds... interesting for sure. ;-)

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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  2. Jim gets those often but can rid them with warm compresses and I think eye drops or something.

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