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Diagnosis and treatment began at age 44 and the pressure was well controlled until the last two years at age 66. In 2003 I suffered a concussion along with other events which worsened depressive episodes. In 2004 I began Celexa and am only now beginning to wonder if there is a connection between the acceleration of the disease process. After three surgeries and multiple medication changes, I am now in danger of losing my vision entirely in my good eye. The other eye suffers amblyopia. Are there studies and/or similar experiences out there. Oh, I also have Stickler Syndrome


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