I've been legally blind for 3 years because of a progressive eye disease (keratoconus). I've also had multiple injuries to my left eye. These issues caused me to suffer with anxiety and depression. I started receiving mental care because of these reasons. After I had corneal transplant surgery August 22, 2013, I had an appointment with my psychiatrist August 27, 2013. She prescribed me Zoloft and Clonazepam. Both medications warn people not to take it if they have eye conditions. They both cause vision loss! They counteracted with my healing from eye surgery, causing more problems, vision loss, cloudy vision, floaters, pain, more emotional distress, suicidal thoughts etc. Why in the world would she do this to me? Everything is documented with my ophthalmologist, including my ER visit.
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