Forum: Children with Vision, Hearing & Sensory Issues
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I started a notebook with questions that I want to ask the doctor at the next appointment. I told my Mom and My hubby if the thought of anything I may have missed to write it down. Well my questions now span over 5 pages between all of us. I know more will come to me closer to the appointment but Should I narrow down the questions or ask him all of them?
nope! I bet some of the questions wil lbe answered as he answers other ones. Don'tlimit yourself. If the doc gets mad then maybe you should find another one.
You could also call the doctor tell them, you have a ton of questions and maybe you could email them to him, he can then look them over and see them before the appointment
We go back June 10. Iam still writing down my questions and hoping to get all my answers at the appointment. I am wondering if my hubby is coming to accept Jamie's eye problems. The other night we were talking about going to the movies and I said it kinda sucked that Jamie would not be able to see the 3D effect. He was saying that maybe she will after surgery and thinks after surgery she will have depth preception and see like everyone else. I know our realistic odds for surgery and I know That he is setting himself up for a big upset. I am afraid he is in denial because he is hoping for one surgery to fix all the problems. I am wondering if I should try to make him look at the facts or let him work through this on his own?