The depression is starting to take over and the thought of fighting this situation makes you wonder if it is really worth it.
I was diagnosed 20 years ago with type two diabetes. I accepted that as I had to but after fighting so long I finally got it under control. (somewhat) Recently I have been experiencing problems with my vision only to find out the blood vessels are leaking into my retina causing distorted vision. I have had laser treatment to stop these leaking vessels but my sight seems to be decreasing more everyday. I have been advised by my Dr. that he has a treatment that is not FDA approved however he has had tremendous success with it by injecting a steroid into the back of the eye.
My question is has anyone ever heard of this and if so to what level of success was it?
Second question is: As time goes by and the effects of this disease continue to pound away at your body are the thoughts of suicide increasing in your thoughts daily?