I had to make this surgery because i had some nodules under the eyelids and if i would have let them like this in time it could harm my eyes. Also my dad has this problem but his nodules are on the eyelid and this is another reason why i did this surgery now, because i don't want them to evolve like in his case.


Here is a photo with the stitches




I made an infection because of the stitches:



And this is now:



Today i found out that the doctor who made me the surgery died of heart attack....i'm really sad and shocked because he was a great person like most of the italian doctors...Rest in peace dear Guido!

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh i'm so sorry for your beautiful eyes....

Anonymous said...

sorry to hear that hope you are well god bless xx

Anonymous said...

sorry to hear that hope you are well god bless xx

Milandailyphoto said...

rest in peace guido,my italian fellow andgod bless you jardelle,my best wishes to you.

Magdalena said...

Oh man..that's so sad about the doctor. But, if your okay, he did a mighty job girl. Best wishes to all.

Anonymous said...

hope you have a nice recovery!...

Anonymous said...

Omg,sorry to hear that,keep posting!!I really like ur blog,xoxo

JUICY CELEBRITY said...

Ohh!!! it is very pathetic. I think you have many passion.

Venice said...

Hoping your eyes are in good condition now. Though it's sad to hear that your doctor already past away, he's been great for doing a good job on you. Thanks for sharing your story!

Anonymous said...

Hope you are doing much better! Great Blog, lovely eyes.

Judith said...

Ohh i'm so sorry for your eyes,you really have beautiful eyes and i hope this surgery did not change anything in them

Geoffrey said...

Nodules can be pretty irritating. Good thing you had yours removed! My uncle had his removed months ago. According to his doctor, the primary cause of nodules is clogging or inflammation of oil glands near the base of the eyelashes. He needed the surgery right away because it was already causing him double vision.

Geoffrey Lelia

Shavonda Duarte said...

Those stitches look painful! It was a good decision that you had your nodules removed as early as possible. Anyway, how are your eyes now? Do they still hurt?

Carmelia Toliver said...

Stitches like these makes you don’t want to look in the mirror. But once you are fully recovered from the procedure, you’d definitely want to see yourself and look at it constantly. Hehe! That’s what a lot of people experience whenever they go through a procedure like this. Well, it really feels great to see the wonderful result, right?