When I was first told I had glaucoma, I didn't believe it and preferred to think of it as ocular hypertension. I did all the research, read every bit of information I could , armed myself with all the relevant questions I was to ask the specialists and tried to put it in the back of my mind, I was only thirty and there was no way I was going to believe I had glaucoma, I couldn't even say the word. This worked for about ten years. I was always quite active but I started working out almost every day.
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