My vision has not changed since the last visit in October.
Fortunately, Dr Larkin has more of a human touch and actually turns directly towards me after he's finished making notes and asks how I'm managing, considering that the vision in my left eye is still horrible.
I think he sensed that I was very discouraged as I explained about the scleral lenses being so tight, leaving an indentation and my not knowing what to do.
"You're done with contact lenses," Dr Larkin says, "We will just try to get you the best possible vision with glasses for the right eye for now and then proceed with the transplant on the left eye in a few weeks."
I'm very encouraged by this because I would rather do the left eye soon so that all the time recovering and healing is not so very drawn out.
Still, I know that Dr Larkin will do what he thinks is best, when he thinks it's best. After all he's the expert.