Of course the problem I have would get me a medical marijuana prescription if I lived in almost any other state in the USA. At any the doctor prescribed something that is called LUMIGAN (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) 0.03% is a synthetic prostamide analog with ocular hypotensive activity. At least that is what it says when I looked it up on the internet. That just means that it is some expensive eye drops and if you have glaucoma it is supposed to help you with it. At any rate it is going to start working at once, but you have to take it when you are not going to be behind the wheel of a vehicle for a bit. After you put them in that gives you blurry vision for a short period of time and so I think that I will have to take it as soon as I get out of the bed in the morning.
The effect has seemed to be good so far, because there did not seem to be very much that the eye doctors could do to help me there for a little while. At any rate that is going to be something that you have to figure out as you go. It is not something which is going to happen all at once and be obvious to all. You just have to wait and see how it works out. Of course if it is untreated this stuff can make you go blind and that is not a thing that is going to be on my agenda. I have to figure out if I can get a new set of eye glasses next. This stuff has made it impossible for them to really figure out what I needed, since my sight seems to change every time I turn around.