Understanding how one person’s case of Keratoconus started and developed can help other people with Keratoconus find comfort and acceptance for their own condition. Keratoconus is a tough disease. Not only that it doesn’t play fair, but many people live months or years without realizing what’s happening to their vision.
Fortunately, Keratoconus isn’t a hopeless situation. Intacs and Crosslinking are able to stabilize the cornea and ensure healthier vision for longer, and, in many cases, permanently.
If you’re willing to share your own Keratoconus story, World Keratoconus Day is coming up. Keratoconusgroup.org is asking for people to place online submissions about their vision so that anyone who stumbles across their website can learn about Keratoconus and the effects it has on people each and every day.