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My vision has been really bad on and off today. When it is a little better, I then pick up the book I am reading and hold it about 6 to 8 inches from my face. But at least I can read. Yesterday morning I again, googled Morphia Scleroderma looking for information on eyes and I could not find anything. I then put in Morphia Scleroderma eyes and then some links came up. What I read really upset me. Enough that I did call my Dermatolgist who is an expert in this disease and I see him on the 21st. It said on one link I read that the vision problems do not happen with Morphia Scleroderma, but only with Systemic. It said there were two types of Systemic - one is the one that turns your body to stone and the other systemic affects the heart, kidneys, eyes, mouth and vaginal. I am praying to God that my Morphia has not gone into Systemic. You do so much trying to get well and then another problem crops up. I am really sick of the problems as I am sure all Celiacs are.
I saw my GP this past Tuesday and my kidney tests came back normal. So, I am praying that that means this vision thing could not be Systemic Scleroderma.
It seems I pray a lot. I hope God is not tired of hearing from me.