World Keratoconus Day

Keratoconus

 

Today is very important to me as it is the first World Keratoconus Day. World Keratoconus Day is a day set aside to create awareness on the eye disease, it is also sponsored by the National Keratoconus Foundation. They have also created a website for the day which is  worldkcday.com where you will find information on KC and other people who suffer with Keratoconus. Continue reading “World Keratoconus Day”

Life with Keratoconus: Part 10

Hi to all my readers, if you don’t know me yet my name is Cass, I may look like a normal girl who likes to read, go to the cinema or write a blog but I also happen to have an eye disease called Keratoconus. This disease has affected my life in to such an extent that I had no idea I ever had a problem. I would like to share my story with you, from having no idea I had it to finally being able to see, quite literally for the first time. I will be sharing my story as a series and will publish one segment each week.

If you have missed the last instalment you can read it here: Life with Keratoconus: Part 9

Continue reading “Life with Keratoconus: Part 10”

Life with Keratoconus: Part 9

Hi to all my readers, if you don’t know me yet my name is Cass, I may look like a normal girl who likes to read, go to the cinema or write a blog but I also happen to have an eye disease called Keratoconus. This disease has affected my life in to such an extent that I had no idea I ever had a problem. I would like to share my story with you, from having no idea I had it to finally being able to see, quite literally for the first time. I will be sharing my story as a series and will publish one segment each week.

If you have missed the last installment you can read it here:  Life with Keratoconus: Part 8

Continue reading “Life with Keratoconus: Part 9”

Life with Keratoconus: Recap

Hi to all my readers, if you don’t know me yet my name is Cass, I may look like a normal girl who likes to read, go to the cinema or write a blog but I also happen to have an eye disease called Keratoconus. This disease has affected my life in to such an extent that I had no idea I ever had a problem. I would like to share my story with you, from having no idea I had it to finally being able to see, quite literally for the first time. I will be sharing my story as a series and will publish one segment each week.

 

This week I’m coming to you from my home town, Port Elizabeth. I will be spending the holidays here surrounded by family and friends and my journey with KC is still continuing. After going for cross- linking and getting contact lens (which I will talk about in future posts) I am happy to say that for the first time ever I am able to see my home town with clarity.  Continue reading “Life with Keratoconus: Recap”

Life with Keratoconus: Part 8

Hi to all my readers, if you don’t know me yet my name is Cass, I may look like a normal girl who likes to read, go to the cinema or write a blog but I also happen to have an eye disease called Keratoconus. This disease has affected my life in to such an extent that I had no idea I ever had a problem. I would like to share my story with you, from having no idea I had it to finally being able to see, quite literally for the first time. I will be sharing my story as a series and will publish one segment each week.

If you have missed the last instalment you can read it here: Life with Keratoconus: Part 7

Continue reading “Life with Keratoconus: Part 8”