Sure glad to hear things are going in the right direction. From the onset I was anxious to get the Graves active attack behind me, and really wondered how the docs would know when it was burned out. Plus, I didn't trust Graves, with one doc telling me all I could count on was that it was “unpredictable”. So I was happy to finally get to the point where none of my numbers were changing, nor were the measurements and field vision tests. I was also so relieved to have a very successful, and yes easy time with orbital decompression. Strabismus is scheduled this next month. So the hard part was all the uncertainty and worry up front. Once the numbers start going the right way, and there is relief and remediation with surgery, it has done nothing but get better and better.
Lettuce know how it goes and your progress - which you WILL experience!