Deb6, Please make another call into your transplant team and your Oncologist. Get the medications name and dosage. Make an appointment with your eye doctor and explain that you had a Stem Cell Transplant 1 1/2 weeks ago. If you know the medication used and the dosage it would be helpful to the eye doctor. It is important to get it checked out asap to prevent any permanent damage to your eyes. I personally have not heard of this happening after a SCT but It is a side effect of another Myeloma medication, Blenrep! Part of going on Blenrep is frequent eye exams. If you have a blood pressure machine Take your Blood pressure 3 x a day and keep a journal. Do you have any other unusual symptoms. It probably isn’t anything to worry about but better safe than sorry. When did you come home from the hosp? Please be careful not to get sick or pick up any germs - it is really early for you to be at home. Keep us updated! Love, Marcia 🌼🌸🌻
Thank you. I do have an appointment this week. I have also contacted my transplant team and am waiting for a call back.
Hey Deb6, please make an appointment with an eye doctor as soon as possible. Not to scare you, but it needs to be assessed, since it is new. Could be regular age-related changes or something could be happening with your retina or vitreous humor. Happy birthday month, BTW. Hope and pray all are well. 😍🙏
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