Friday, August 26, 2016

My experience: A funny sensation


It is always interesting to me whenever I visit my doctor after a surgical procedure.  I am never sure what to expect but this is nothing new for any of us.

For me, as a visually impaired person, it is a matter of me being able to trust my surgeon.  I cannot see what he is doing and I depend heavily on him to tell me what he is going to do and how he is going to do it.

It all starts the moment I sit in the chair and the examination begins.  On this occasion my examination took place after my nasal surgery and good thing that the doctor was a very good one who explained everything to me, step by step.

I closed my eyes tightly as he started and the sensation in my nostrils was extremely acute.  I guess that this is one time when I was glad that I could not see what he was doing but the good thing was that, as he worked, he explained things to me. 

It sure helps when you have a doctor who takes the time to explain things to you as they work. 

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