Life is a series of twists and turns. I went to see my neuro ophthalmologist yesterday and I told her my vision is pulsing. Very distracting. She diagnosed pulsatile exophthalmos. Seriously, that’s a real thing. The space between my eye and my brain has been reduced by the tumor surgery so my eye can feel my brain pulsing, which results in my vision pulsing. She said the only remedy is surgery, in which they will build up a padding to get my eye away from my brain. I must say I am not looking forward to surgery #4 but if that is what it takes I’ll do it. The good news is that I have a firm diagnosis and it is treatable. This also explains why it has taken me so long to heal. The neuro ophthalmologist said that we have been waiting for my eyes to focus together, but the pulsing is really preventing that. So I was waiting (I’d like to say patiently) for something that wasn’t going to happen. So she has referred me back to my neurosurgeon. He will order a CT scan to determine where the thinning space is located and how to approach the surgery. I will keep you posted.