I finally got around to getting my eyes checked. And I did have a new prescription.
The specs are fantastically better than those I bought only 3 years ago.
Lesson learned – get my eyes checked annually.
My GP tried me on 3.5 mg Viacoram.
It went down from 160 / 105 to 150 / 100.
He then doubled it to 7 mg Viacoram.
It stayed about the same at 150 / 97.
The third experiment has me on …
Viacoram 5/7mg every morning for the next 90 days.
Apo-Hydro (hydrochlorothiazide) 12.5mg every evening with dinner for 90 days.
I’ll be tracking results.
My father is Eric. His father Angus.
Born 1900. Died 1949 of heart attack.
He was “an ardent outdoor man and keenly interested in both domestic and wild animals. He was well known for his hobby of raising chinchillas, keeping mink, guinea pigs, rabbits and canaries“.
Grandpa trapped that silver fox. Had the fur made into a collar on my Grandma’s winter coat.
He worked for Hollinger Mines in Timmins, Ontario the 20 years before his death at age 50.
Thanks Mark del Monte for sending me this. He’s keen on our family genealogy.
For many Americans the Thanksgiving weekend is the most important family holiday of the year. I trust they enjoyed 2017.
I’ve been very lucky. And I’m most thankful.
Looking forward to the future.
I’m back in Bermuda. Life is good.
Planning to continue my retirement for about another 8 years. Then go back to work.