Celebrate the Small Things – SPEECH AND ANISOCORIA

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It’s been a good week. My Speech Therapist and I had a conversation yesterday about speech progress until this point, and it has been good. Unfortunately, my speech allotment from Medicare is almost up, so we are dropping to one visit a week until it is exhausted (two-three more visits). We’re going to use those visits as maintenance visits. I will be put into real-life stressful scenarios by my ST and we will work through them using my speech strategies.

I went for a full vision exam this week and everything went well. The doctor did do an additional test when he noticed my pupils were unequal by about one millimeter. I advised him that it was a new normal for me since the bleed, and they’re not always unequal. The condition is known as Anisocoria. In most cases, it’s no big deal. He just wanted to make sure everything was cool. I heart doctors that really care.

I’m finally over the sore throat that was nagging me since last weekend. Feeling much better now.


Do you have, or have heard of Anisocoria? Also, what have you all celebrated this week?





10 thoughts on “Celebrate the Small Things – SPEECH AND ANISOCORIA

  1. Jo Wake

    Glad your eyes are OK. Pity about the speech therapy though. Maybe we should give you our phone numbers so you can practice by calling us. Love ya.


  2. Tonja Drecker

    Nice for the doctor to check on things. Not all of them will, so hang on to him. Glad to hear things are going better, and hope the speech therapy works out.


  3. Mark Koopmans

    Hey Eva 🙂

    I’m back at the Fellowship, so guess what 🙂

    I get to punt a former Hawaiian flip-flop at your arse 🙂

    Miss you – and hope all is well 🙂

    PS: *THANKS* for always being so supportive of me… and everyone else 🙂

    If you ever need a strong hand up… you know we’re *always* here 🙂


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